AI systems must comply with a range of Australian laws: there is no ‘digital wild west’. To meet their individual and organisational obligations, directors must understand the current and evolving regulatory landscape governing the use of AI systems.
Expiry Date - Sunday, 14 April 2024
Duration - 60
AI systems can cause real harm and pose significant risks to your organisation. Whilst Australia does not currently have AI-specific laws, there are many technology-neutral laws that apply to AI including privacy, consumer protection, anti-discrimination, negligence, cyber security and WHS regulation, as well as industry-specific obligations. Failure to understand existing and emerging regulatory and compliance requirements for developing and deploying AI systems exposes organisations to commercial, reputational, and regulatory risks.
This webinar will explore:
- legal obligations for organisations using AI systems
- directors’ duties and the evolving role of boards and directors in the AI-driven era; and
- global trends in AI regulation and common principles for regulating responsible AI.
This webinar will provide practical insights to help directors understand the changing AI regulatory landscape and the need for effective governance strategies for their organisations.
This webinar is part of the AI webinar series, to learn more click here.
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