Ken Rashbaum, a Co-Chair of this conference, will moderate a panel, “Challenges of Privacy, Cybersecurity and Artificial Intelligence: Avoiding Discriminatory Impact” at a virtual conference produced by the International Law Section of the American Bar Association. This panel will explore how to get business owners and management to buy in to the law department’s guidance on privacy and cybersecurity initiatives by focusing on opportunities so that budget to overcome challenges may be more readily available. This interactive panel will also analyze business and management use cases for AI, machine learning and blockchain as well as the legal and organizational protections necessary to leverage them optimally while mitigating liability risks or investigating and remediating discriminatory impacts of uses of AI. Ken will be joined by Shruti Chopra, Associate at Paul, Weiss Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison; Bert Kaminski, Director at Legal, Google Cloud; Fernando M. Pinguelo, Associate General Counsel at Global Privacy Office, Willis Towers Watson; and Linda Priebe, Partner, Culhane Meadows. The two-day conference begins on February 10th. For more information, please click here.