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Disaster Zone Podcast: ‘Regulating Artificial Intelligence’

Regulation is needed for the AI industry.

As it is with many technological breakthroughs, regulation lags behind industry as they innovate. This has been true for drones, self-driving cars, social media and the latest being artificial intelligence (AI).

See the latest Disaster Zone podcast: “Regulating Artificial Intelligence.”

The guest for this podcast is a true expert on what is the current state of affairs here in the USA and Europe, and what needs to happen in government and industry boardrooms.

Here’s the podcast description:

“Regulating artificial intelligence needs to be accomplished at different levels of government and within the business community. The guest for this podcast is a subject matter expert on this topic. Dominique Shelton Leipzig is the author of Trust: Responsible AI, Innovation, Privacy and Data Leadership, her fourth book. She is currently a privacy and cybersecurity partner at Mayer Brown, where she is the leader of the firm’s global data innovation team, counseling CEOs and board members on smart digital governance. Her 2020 policy op-ed calling for an Executive Order to solve the cross-border privacy EU stand-off was recently followed by the Biden Administration in a new executive order. She founded the Digital Trust Summit for CEOs and board members to reimagine data governance. She co-founded NxtWork, dedicated to diversifying the C-Suite and boardroom. She’s a board member of the AI Governance Center and the International Association of Privacy Professionals and is certified in privacy and board governance. Here’s a link to a story on the Presidential Executive Order, Biden Signs Executive Order Regulating Artificial Intelligence.”
Eric Holdeman is a contributing writer for Emergency Management magazine and is the former director of the King County, Wash., Office of Emergency Management.