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Will data privacy kill innovation?

This session is taken from In:Confidence 2018, where Olivier Penel debated whether privacy will one day kill innovation.

On one side, the dramatic breakthrough and widespread adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies create many opportunities for companies to innovate and to create value with data.

On the other side, increased privacy concerns and regulations bring new standards and rules in the way personal data should be used.

His insightful session covered questions such as:

- What will be the impact of the GDPR on data-driven innovative projects?

- How can organisations use GDPR as a catalyst to accelerate their digital transformation journey and boost innovation?

GDPR has now come into effect, but how will it affect innovation moving forwards? Tune in to find out.
Recorded Jun 21 2018 24 mins
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    Les speakers:

    Carine Lecadre Perrier | Head of Compliance @Partech
    Sébastien Cognet | Responsable Avant-Vente Europe du Sud @Privitar
    Leonardo L’ecaros | Responsable Commercial Europe du Sud @Privitar
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