In a new article for Law360, Luke Sosnicki, a business litigation partner in Thompson Coburn’s Los Angeles office, addresses The California Privacy Protection Agency board’s draft policy on risk assessments around artificial intelligence and automated decision-making technology.
"This reference to the processing of personal information used to train AI indicates that the CPPA is definitely trying to show that it's on top of these issues and to establish itself as being on the forefront of privacy issues."
Read the full article here.
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