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CIPS Submission to the Office of the Privacy Commission of Canada: Proposals for ensuring appropriate regulation of artificial intelligence

 

In February 2020 CIPS put out a request for CIPS member input regarding Federal Privacy Laws.

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) is engaged in legislative reform policy analysis of both federal privacy laws and are examining artificial intelligence (AI) as a subset of this work as it relates specifically to the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA). In their view, AI presents fundamental challenges to all PIPEDA principles and they have identified several areas where the Act could be enhanced.

In the opinion of The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, responsible innovation involving AI systems must take place in a regulatory environment that respects fundamental rights and creates the conditions for trust in the digital economy to flourish.

They are consulting with experts in the field to validate their understanding of how privacy principles should apply and whether their proposals would be consistent with the responsible development and deployment of AI systems.

CIPS has submitted a response to this review based on the consolidated input of our members:

Read CIPS' Submission: "Proposals for ensuring appropriate regulation of artificial intelligence - CIPS Submission to the Office of the Privacy Commission of Canada (March 13, 2020)

 

  

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