The bots are taking over! AI has fundamentally changed how organizations do business. Business operators, large and small, have implemented some form of AI and machine learning into their daily operations. From smart communities to business policy-writing, AI and machine learning can do it all! But just because the technology is available, does it mean it should be used? This session will provide an overview of AI and examine the business and legal implications of using AI and machine learning in your operations from the perspectives of data privacy, liabilities, intellectual privacy rights, technology data strategies, and more.
Date and Time: Wednesday, September 13, 2023 @ 2:00 p.m. ET.
About the Hosts
Angel Baltimore, NAA’s SVP of Information Technology, brings a wealth of experience to her role, including a Forbes feature, a U.S. Congressional Banking & Financial Services Committee presentation and prominence in the State Department Federal Credit Union and the American Institute of Architects. Prior to NAA, she served as the VP of Digital Strategy and E-commerce for the American Pharmacists Association, resulting in a multi-million-dollar strategy. Angel has led strategies for enterprise technology, digital transformation, business intelligence, IT policy and major e-commerce platforms. She holds an MIS and Accounting from American University and a Business Intelligence Certificate from Villanova University.
Wynter L. Deagle
Wynter Deagle, Partner at Sheppard Mullin Ritcher & Hampton LLP, specializes in defending clients on consumer advertising, warranties, unfair business practices, data breaches and data collection, use, sharing and security practices. She has secured claims brought under numerous privacy, consumer protection and cybersecurity-related state and federal laws and regulations. Wynter also designs and implements global privacy and cybersecurity compliance programs that satisfy regulatory obligations while driving business value. Featured in Forbes and acknowledged by various prolific publications, Wynter holds a B.A. in Political Science and French from Roger Williams University, and a J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law.