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Don’t rush new laws for AI, data conference hears

News | 06/12/2018 7:36 pm EDT
McCarthy Tetrault lawyer Carole Piovesan, Sun Life Financial chief privacy officer Suzanne Morin, and Lee Brotherson (far right) at the Big Data Toronto 2018 conference on June 12, 2018./ Wire Report photo by Ahmad Hathout.

TORONTO There are ways to regulate artificial intelligence and the amounts of data that it produces, but introducing unnecessary new rules to protect privacy when current laws should suffice is not one of them, the Big Data Toronto conference heard Tuesday.

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