While AI models and data analytics create a world of new possibilities for identifying business insights, they have also created numerous new privacy implications and ethical responsibilities for insights professionals. With International Data Privacy on January 28, 2021, the Canadian Research Insights Council (CRIC) AI & Data Analytics Thought Leadership Council and ESOMAR have organized an online panel of leading data privacy professionals to explore key questions related to privacy in the era of AI and data analytics. The panel will explore the implications of Canada's proposed Digital Charter Implementation Act (Bill C-11), that intends to establish a new privacy law for the private sector and new powers for the Office of the Privacy Commissioner, the role of standards in data governance, transparency of algorithms and decision systems, and ethical implications of data collection and insights generation. The panel will also describe a new guideline being developed by ESOMAR and GRBN for researchers and clients when processing secondary data for research. The panel will be moderated by Briana Brownell, CEO of Pure Strategy AI, and member of CRIC's AI & Data Analytics Thought Leadership Council.
Tackling the EU general data protection regulation- Practical guidance for research and insights organisations
Catalogue: Congress 2017: Visionary
Authors: Peter Milla, Jane Attale
November 27, 2017
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