In this video, learn global approaches to certain problems. There are several policies in different countries as well as software solutions that are open source to different technical levels of people.
- [Instructor] Global policies. … There is no single global policy … around the use and implementation of AI. … In fact, there's no single policy … that looks over all information technology, … but there are different guidelines and standards … that can be applied generally. … And I say generally since the details are usually overlooked … and it can be hard to find the right person … in an organization to contact and find out more. … In some ways, it would be ideal to have a global policy, … but that would obviously be very difficult … to get everyone on the same page together. … Companies do trade across borders, … but it's important to understand exactly … where your data is being stored, being used, … and what your rights are. … I have a separate course … which gives a bit more background about this. … For this example, I can walk through some global policies … that have had a large effect recently. … At a basic level, most data use rules are stored … in local privacy acts. … These are based on how data is being used …
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