Noel Isama J.D. is a globally oriented privacy/cybersecurity consultant with 10+ years of experience working with US local, state, and federal government, the private sector, and civil society - advising on GRC, data protection and the ethical use of emerging technologies with a focus on AI/algorithmic bias, IoT and public data.
His previous work focused on implementing best practices for government transparency utilizing online tools and public data, helping over 25 major U.S cities establish their open data programs. Prior to his current work Noel was a Senior Policy Analyst at the Sunlight Foundation, Director of Transparency for Common Cause - Maryland and a Chief of Staff to a member of the Maryland House of Delegates.
Many arguments that surround the regulation of AI discuss how this will stifle technology and innovation. What is the regulations centred more around the usage of AI than of the technological advancement? This panel will explore this question and discuss whether there is a possible balance or that it will be the technology that needs to be regulated more?
Host: Noel Isama J.D., Senior Consultant, MBL Technologies
Tina Verma, Head of Corporate Risk, Audit & Governance, Canon
Rubén Cano Pérez, Intellectual Property - Information Technology & Communications Associate, Baker McKenzie