FPF at CPDP LatAm 2022: Artificial Intelligence and Data Protection in Latin America

This summer the first-ever in-person Computers, Privacy and Data Protection Conference – Latin America (CPDP LatAm) took place in Rio de Janeiro on July 12 and 13. The Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) was present at the event, titled Artificial Intelligence and Data Protection in Latin America, participating in two panels and submitting a paper for publication. In this blog post, we provide an overview of both the panels, as well as a brief summary of the accepted research paper.

CPDP LatAm is a relatively new event on the international privacy conference circuit, designed to provide a Latin American platform to discuss privacy, data protection, and technology. All the below sessions were recorded by the CPDP organizers, and we will include a link to the recordings as soon as they are made available. Currently, only the opening and closing plenary sessions are available online.

Photo: CPDP LatAm Closing Plenary Session on 7/13/2022 Photo: Panel on Research Data, AI and Data Protection Law: What Research ‘Exceptions’ Mean for the Development and Use of AI Technologies, 7/12/2022 Photo: Panel on Algorithmic Transparency, Accountability, and Trade Secrets, 07/13/2022 Research Data, AI and Data Protection Law: What Research ‘Exceptions’ Mean for the Development and Use of AI Technologies:

On the first day of CPDP LatAm, FPF got off to a roaring start – hosting a deep-dive panel on how general data protection regulations treat processing personal data for research purposes in the context of AI technologies. Moderated by FPF Policy Counsel Katerina Demetzou,

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