This new report titled “Beyond Debiasing: Regulating AI and its inequalities” and commissioned by European Digital Rights (EDRi), an association of civil and human rights organizations from across Europe, outlines the limits of technical debiasing measures as a solution to structural discrimination and inequality through AI systems. It shows the vast impact of AI-based systems on the governance, operations and financial stability of public sector organizations, further embedding the dominance of technology companies.
According to Commissioner for the Internal Market, Thierry Breton, “As a continent, Europe has to ensure that its citizens and businesses have access to a choice of state-of-the-art technologies that will make their life better, safer, and even greener – provided they also have the skills to use them. In the post-pandemic world, this is how we will shape together a resilient and digitally sovereign Europe. This is Europe’s Digital Decade.”
X-Road® implements a set of standard features to support and facilitate data exchange and ensures confidentiality, integrity, and interoperability between data exchange parties. Recently the Nordic Institute for Interoperability Solutions (NIIS) highlighted the beta version release of X-Road 7 Security Server software.
eDiscovery experts and commentators have championed the promise of technology-assisted review (TAR) since Judge Andrew Peck’s Da Silva Moore decision in February of 2012. But exactly how is TAR faring in the real world of complex discovery?
Since 2005, Estonians have been able to vote online, from anywhere in the world. Estonians log on with their digital ID card and vote as many times as they want during the pre-voting period, with each vote canceling the last. This unique technological solution has safeguarded Estonian voters against fraud, use of force, and other manipulations of remote voting that many American voters are apprehensive about in the 2020 US election.
As harsh as it sounds, every departing employee poses a risk to your business if the transition is not correctly managed and documented. This risk ranges from inadvertent access to sensitive company information as basic as internal organizational charts to deliberate efforts to acquire and use economically essential customer lists and contracts for competitive advantage. In this presentation, expert investigation and eDiscovery panelists will share considerations and highlight approaches that can help organizations proactively and reactively mitigate departing employee risk in six critical areas of risk.
HSR Act-driven Second Request responses require an uncommon balance of understanding, expertise, and experience to successfully deliver certified compliant responses. Recent FTC and DOJ updates, coupled with the increasing velocity of requests, make current expertise more crucial than ever in this unique discovery area. In this presentation, expert investigation, eDiscovery, and M&A panelists will present updates and considerations for managing Second Request responses to include tactics, techniques, and lessons learned from fourteen recent responses.
In this presentation, expert eDiscovery technologists and authorities will share information, insight, and proven best practices for planning and supporting time-sensitive pharmaceutical collections and reviews so Hatch-Waxman requirements are your ally and not your adversary on the road to legal and business success.
Based on recent advances in artificial intelligence (AI), AI systems have become components of high-stakes decision processes that ultimately require a level of trust for user confidence. This draft publication and solicitation for comment from NIST highlights the importance of user trust in considering AI decisions and presents four principles for explainable AI, principles designed to capture a broad set of motivations, reasons, and perspectives regarding outputs from AI systems.
The information and insight highlighted by Marko Sillanpaa of Gartner in the recently published Hype Cycle for Legal and Compliance Technologies, 2020, may be useful for legal, business, and information technology professionals as they consider the positioning and potential for emerging data and legal discovery technologies.