On May 16th 2023, the Program on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement will host an off-the-record evening panel, “Beyond ChatGPT: Designing a Compliance Program to Mitigate Risks from AI and Other Novel Disruptive Technologies.” This event has a total of 1.5 NYS general and ethics cybersecurity CLE credits pending.
This event is free but does require pre-registration. It will not be streamed virtually and transcripts will not be made. If you have not received an invitation but would like to register, please email Carolyn Pautz. Seats are limited. Event details will be sent after registering. Please bring a government issued ID to enter the building.
With recent significant advances in AI technology, such as the release of ChatGPT in November 2022, businesses have been under pressure to use the new technology to innovate the way they do business. But how can businesses effectively identify and manage the legal, reputational, and regulatory risks associated with new and disruptive technologies like advanced AI? This program and expert panel will explore the risks facing businesses that use AI and how they should approach creating a compliance and governance structure to identify, manage, and mitigate those risks.
- Joseph P. Facciponti, Executive Director, PCCE
- Avi Gesser, Partner & Co-Chair of Data Strategy & Security Group, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
- Lynn Haaland, Chief Compliance and Ethics Officer, Chief Privacy Officer, Zoom Video Communications
- Natalia Levina, Professor, NYU Stern School of Business
- Jonathan Martin, Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, Meta
- Cassius Sims, Vice President & Assistant General Counsel – Privacy and Information Security, TelevisaUnivision, Inc.
- Laura Weiss, Chief Counsel, Data and Privacy Law; Head of Data and Technology Compliance, Prudential