19th November 2020

In a two part article for the Society of Computers and Law, Quentin Tannock surveys the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) Guidance on AI and Data Protection, identifying remaining challenges and those areas where further Artificial Intelligence (AI) related materials are anticipated from the ICO. 

In the first instalment of the article, Quentin looks at the background to the Guidance and its treatment of the principles of accountability and transparency.

In the second instalment of the article, Quentin reviews the approaches in the Guidance to the principle of data minimisation and with respect to individual rights, as well as providing concluding thoughts in relation to ICO enforcement activities and managing data protection related risks.

The second instalment of the article is available to read on the Society of Computers and Law website.

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