Jeff a data privacy researcher and the CEO of PrivacyPlan. He focuses on creating and analyzing datasets in the data privacy space. You can find some of his work publicly available at PrivacyPlan.net
His research has taken him into the world of Data Brokers, the analysis of Privacy legislation, the Privacy Podcasting space, and deep dives into Biometrics, Data Ownership, AI, and Blockchain technology.
A Cornell graduate of the Industrial and Labor Relations School in 1986, Jeff is passionate about privacy, digital identity, and disinformation. He transitioned fully into data privacy four years ago. He has built search engines, knowledge graphs, content curation systems, mortgage information systems, and lots and lots of content as a serial entrepreneur and startup enthusiast.
Jeff is a CIPP/US and is often found on LinkedIn and in Webinars driving privacy discussions.
The European Commission's proposed AI Regulation is the world's first comprehensive legal framework regulating AI.
The AI Regulation would usher in a new era of EU regulation, designed to protect Europeans from AI-related harms while driving AI adoption and innovation across the EU.
The proposals would affect many businesses across a range of sectors. Any companies that use, develop, or distribute AI systems should be aware of how the regulation could affect them.
Join us as we discuss the regulatory impact of the proposed AI Regulation, including which businesses will be affected, which AI systems are banned or regulated, and what you can do now to prepare for the EU's new era of AI regulation.