In Person

Top Things You Should Know about AI, Biometrics and Privacy

July 13, 2022
Convene – 237 Park Avenue
Event details
July 13, 2022
3:30 pm
Convene – 237 Park Avenue
New York, NY

Event summary

The platform of Artificial intelligence (AI) has become pervasive in our everyday lives, from online shopping and job interviews all the way through to government surveillance. The technology is evolving quickly but brings with it both convenience as well as a number of legal issues. This program will cover the top things you should know about the privacy-related impacts of artificial intelligence, including in the context of biometrics and facial recognition. Presenters will address topics such as transparency around the use and operation of AI-powered products and services, the current legal regime in the U.S. governing AI and, in particular, biometrics, how current and upcoming U.S. consumer data privacy laws may impact the use of AI and machine learning models and recent litigation and enforcement actions in the AI and biometric space (particularly under Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act ("BIPA")).

Cooley lawyers Bethany Lobo, Lei Shen and Liza Cotter will speak at this event.

Details and registration

For more information, please email Amanda Meier.



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