A Chief Privacy Officer's Guide to AI Best Practice

As the importance of the CPO role increases, Enzai sets out best practices to ensure your organisation gets the most out of AI 
Karen WasersteinKaren Waserstein
Karen Waserstein
2 Jan
A Chief Privacy Officer's Guide to AI Best Practice

2023 has been a busy year for AI governance. Governments across Europe, Asia and North America have set out plans to regulate AI and manage its risks. As these initiatives take shape, Chief Privacy Officer have an important responsibility in educating teams and ensuring organisational compliance.

Read Enzai’s deep-dive into the EU AI Act, the US Executive Order on AI, discussions between the UK’s regulators and the financial services sector on AI, and European movements on AI policy.

What Chief Privacy Officers Can Do

Many organisations are now frequently turning to their Chief Privacy Officer for guidance on this fast-moving area. This role is uniquely placed to spearhead organisational AI initiatives and lead companies to get the most effective use of AI, while mitigating risks and ensuring compliance with the evolving regulatory landscape.

Best Practice Guidelines for AI Usage

CPOs will need to monitor emerging regulations and understand how their organisation may need to adapt AI policies, processes, and systems for compliance. 

Below, we set out steps necessary to ensure best practice for your AI usage:

It is an exciting time to be a Chief Privacy Officer and the new opportunities and challenges that AI presents are boundless for all businesses, across all industry sectors. Staying abreast of developments will help ensure both compliance and competitive advantage.

Learn more about how your organisation can implement effective AI Governance here.

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