Keily heads up the Cyber & Data Privacy Enforcement & Litigation Practice in London. Keily works with her clients to navigate crises, and to achieve better regulatory and judicial outcomes in all aspects of international data privacy enforcement and litigation. Keily is ranked as a key practitioner in data protection, privacy and cyber security in Legal 500.
Data Ethics: The Implications of AI, Facial Recognition and Public Privacy
The growing use of artificial intelligence, machine learning and related technologies will have deep effects on the whole concept of privacy – but beyond the headlines, what does that actually mean in practice? What should organisations be considering when they invest in technology or use through third parties, in terms both the opportunities and unforeseen risks?