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OpenAI, still the wellspring of much of the enthusiasm around generative artificial intelligence thanks to the popularity of its ChatGPT models, is facing continued criticism, with formal complaints filed against it in the EU and Stanford researchers casting aspersions on its reliability. Meanwhile Arm and Nvidia, two of the biggest producers of the chips that underpin AI technologies, respectively announced a landmark IPO and doubling of year-on-year revenue.
29 August 2023
A Danish court has asked the European Court of Justice to clarify the scope of the notion of an undertaking under the GDPR, in the first case to deal exclusively with the question of whether organisations should be fined based on group turnover.
23 August 2023
Welcome to GDR’s first AI newsletter, highlighting the most important policy, legal and market developments in the artificial intelligence and machine learning space from the last week. In this edition the EU and US agree to team up on oversight of AI in financial services, China releases new regulations on generative AI, and Deloitte predicts that the market will stay cool.
24 July 2023
Denmark’s data regulator has reprimanded property rental platform Boligportal for its inability to determine whether data was illegally transferred to the US through its use of Facebook Business Tools.
05 June 2023
Denmark’s privacy regulator has criticised law firm Bech-Bruun’s handling of information access relevant to an ongoing legal investigation, but found its processing lawful overall.
09 December 2022
Denmark’s regulator has ordered a municipality to stop using Google Chromebook and Workspace after finding it carried out an inadequate data protection impact assessment – including of the risks of transferring data to a third country.
15 July 2022
Denmark’s data protection authority has recommended a 10 million kroner (€1.3 million) fine for the country’s largest bank for failing to properly document that it had deleted the personal data of its customers in compliance with the GDPR, after the bank self-reported the breaches.
05 April 2022
Denmark’s data protection watchdog has given its approval to a company’s use of facial recognition technology – but not in the way that the business plans to deploy it.
31 March 2022
Norway, Denmark and Guernsey are the first European territories to acknowledge the recent decision on Google Analytics by the Austrian data watchdog, publishing warnings to companies that current safeguards may not be sufficient to meet Schrems II requirements.
28 January 2022
Denmark’s privacy watchdog is set to gain 16.8 million kroner (€2.2 million) over the next four years – but the additional funds are earmarked for guidance and advice rather than enforcement.
08 December 2021
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