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The Legal Lens Workshop Series: Privacy's AI Problem

Join us on for an interactive session led by Abdi Aidid, J.D., LL.M, a Vice-President of Legal and Research at Blue J, an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto - Faculty of Law.

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has challenged so many areas of law, but perhaps none as squarely as privacy. Even despite this, governments have chosen to regulate AI chiefly through the privacy law and its institutions. This workshop discusses the unique challenges that AI poses for privacy, the new rules being contemplated to confront these issues and strategies for mitigating privacy risk when using AI-enabled tools. This session will also include an overview of Canada's proposed privacy law overhaul and the privacy-related provisions of the forthcoming AI and Data Act.

Join us on for an interactive session led by Abdi Aidid, J.D., LL.M, a Vice-President of Legal and Research at Blue J, an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto - Faculty of Law and a distinguished scholar in the areas of civil procedure, torts and law & technology.

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