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Emma Wright

Harbottle & Lewis

Emma Wright is a Partner and leads the Technology, Data and Digital team at law firm Harbottle & Lewis where she works with clients from all parts of the tech eco-system solving their regulatory issues, helping them achieve their commercial objectives or deliver their digital transformation goals.  

Emma is also co-founder and Director at the not-for-profit Interparliamentary Forum on Emerging Technologies – which has built a global network of legislators considering the regulation of AI and other emerging technologies in countries from all parts of the world.  

She sits on the Unesco Women4EthicalAI forum of global experts on AI and is working with UNESCO on the global implementation of its Recommendation on Ethics in AI.  

She was listed by Computer Weekly as one of the Top 20 Most Influential Women in Tech for the last two years.



Managing the Emerging AI Risk Landscape in the Enterprise

3:25 pm
4:00 pm
Session Summary
Amid a heightened focus from regulators, there are many unknown risks emerging in the fast moving AI landscape. Enterprise organisations are under increasing pressure to manage the demand of business users to democratise access to AI systems and solutions. However, this requires a balanced approach to deliver at speed, without compromising compliance and governance requirements. Hear from our esteemed panel to understand what are the cornerstones of establishing a well governed AI risk management culture that balances governance and innovation in equal measure.

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