GDPR in real life: Transparency, innovation, and adoption across borders and organizations

GDPR in real life: Transparency, innovation, and adoption across borders and organizations

Part two: Auditing data on premise and in the cloud, spurring innovation in machine learning and interpretable AI, and influencing organizations, consumers, and legislation all over the world, GDPR is here to stay.

GDPR is finally here, and it’s here to stay. The 25th of May is not the finish line; it’s really only the beginning. GDPR’s impact will be felt across the board and across the world. ZDNet discussed with a wide range of experts, aiming to decipher the real-life applicability and impact of GDPR.

In the first part, we looked into the reasons why most organizations are not ready to deal with GDPR, the chances of US-based organizations being scrutinized under GDPR, and the process and expectations for individuals wishing to exercise their rights under GDPR.

We now continue with GDPR audits on premise and in the cloud, its impact on innovation, machine learning, and interpretable artificial intelligence, as well as how GDPR goes well across borders and organizations and into the future.

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