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Organisational design | Sep 5

Regulating AI: what should the tech sector expect?

Organisational design | Sep 5

Keeping on top of new technology and data rules is crucial in a constantly evolving tech industry. Here are some insights on monitoring compliance to stay ahead of the beat.

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Data and digital technologies are transforming the way we live, work, and learn

In the tech world, data is often described as the ‘new oil’. Why? Because it’s seen as a valuable commodity with the power to transform business in today’s digital economy. An asset that, when harnessed correctly, could unlock substantial value.

Data can create new opportunities for business growth across sectors and as we move forward, it’s imperative we match our technological progress with robust ethical frameworks and regulations.

There are necessary protections in place to ensure peoples’ data is kept safe and used appropriately. Existing UK data laws to help protect consumers include the Data Protection Act 2018, which controls how personal information is used by organisations, businesses, or the government. It’s the UK’s implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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