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Integrating facial recognition capabilities into your business while ensuring compliance and data protection

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Integrating facial recognition capabilities into your business while ensuring compliance and data protection

As AI regulation evolves from a threat to an opportunity, it now provides clear guidelines for the lawful ways to use the technology, enabling organizations to harness its benefits effectively.

This webinar, led by Tony Porter, Corsight AI’s Chief Privacy Officer and the former UK Surveillance Camera Commissioner, delves into the most recent advancements in AI legislation, offering a comprehensive approach to addressing all facets of compliance, privacy, and data protection for organizations embracing this technology.

Agenda: The Changing Landscape of AI Regulation Worldwide: Exploring the global shifts in AI regulation and their impact on the commercial use of facial recognition technology.

Tony Porter (10 Minutes)

Implementing AI in your organization with a 360-degree coverage assurance on compliance and privacy.

Panel Discussion: Pauline Norstrom, Chief Executive Officer Anekanta®AI; Mike Gillespie, Founder and Thought Leader·Advent IM Limited; Tony Porter, Chief Privacy Officer Corsight AI

A Glimpse into the Future: Moving beyond traditional facial recognition to facial intelligence — recognizing pre-defined scenarios from video footage, even when the individuals involved are not previously known.

Q&A: (10 Minutes)

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