Data Changemakers: Katarzyna Szymielewicz

In the first edition of Data Changemakers, co-founder and president of Panoptykon Katarzyna Szymielewicz tells GDR that the Digital Services Act will drive civil society action.

06 June 2022

NHS trusts face questions over data sharing with healthtech company

NGO medConfidential has sent a letter to NHS trusts asking them to terminate contracts with Sensyne Health and to require the company to delete patient data the trusts exchanged for shares.

30 May 2022

End-user transparency not the key objective of AI Act

A European Commission official has said that the upcoming AI Act will only regulate the relationship between the developers of AI systems and their customers because transparency is already well defined in the context of data subject rights under existing data laws.

25 May 2022

Lawmaker touts sandboxes as key to responsible AI

An MEP has said regulatory sandboxes are essential to enable smaller businesses to compete with giants and provide them with the security to experiment, interact with regulators, and obtain confirmation that the products they develop are compliant.

23 May 2022

Clearview ordered to pay £7.5 million in latest European penalty

The UK Information Commissioner’s Office has fined Clearview AI £7.5 million (€8.9 million) and ordered the company to delete all data of UK citizens.

23 May 2022

Proposed EU-US AI risk management road map may crumble under jurisdictional and corporate preferences

The lofty goals of a planned EU-US AI road map may be hampered by regulatory differences and corporate preference for self-regulation.

20 May 2022

Report finds GDPR used to effectively regulate automated decision-making

The GDPR is being used to regulate increasingly complex cases involving automated decision-making and similar technologies, according to a new report that examined more than 70 decisions, opinions and guiding documents.

17 May 2022

Copyright and data sharing biggest challenges to AI development, experts say

AI developers need to better understand not only how to access training data, but also the extent to which it can be shared with other organisations, a GDR conference has heard.

11 May 2022

Commission responds to lawmakers’ AI Act report

A spokesperson for the European Commission has cautioned MEPs on the need for clarity and precision in proposed draft amendments to the AI Act.

11 May 2022

UK could catch EU on AI law timing

The UK can expect a white paper of new AI regulation in September with legislation to follow by around 2025, a senior lawmaker has said.

06 May 2022

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