AI can be used in very different ways and touches most areas of our lives. If it causes harm, some legal questions arise.
In our workshop at WeTechTogether, Tanya and Anastasia showed that this does not always have to be the case. Unfortunately, the market still focuses too much on this accuracy aspect and is wrongly used as an indication of a robust AI system.
A good data governance framework making use of encryption, anonymization and pseudonymization techniques, access controls and contractual commitments allows to respect the personality of the people originating the data and extract the most value out of it at the same time.
A lawyer and a psychologist discussing the role of laws and trust in the AI context
AI can be defined as computer systems able to perform tasks traditionally requiring human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making, and translation between languages. This unique technological advancement allows or an easier interaction between people and the technological tools at their disposal, and represents an opportunity for development available virtually to everybody.