ANALYSIS: Work is ongoing to set guidelines to help European businesses make use of artificial intelligence (AI) tools in an ethical manner, but there is a risk that there will be a lack of specific practical recommendations businesses can act on.
GDPR codes must meet admissibility requirements 21 Feb 2019
Trade bodies considering drawing up new codes of conduct to govern data privacy practices in their sector will be required to meet admissibility requirements before those codes will be assessed for their compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation...
The UK's Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is toughening up the protections it will require for workers exposed to steel welding fume "with immediate effect".
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