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Immuta Presents on the Oncoming Collision of Law, Machine Learning and AI at Predictive Analytics World 2017


Chief Privacy Officer Andrew Burt Presents Solutions to the Growing
Concerns Between Law, Regulations, and Artificial Intelligence

today announced details of its participation at Predictive Analytics
World 2017, where Immuta's Chief Privacy Officer and Head Legal
Engineer, Andrew Burt, will discuss the growing ethical and legal
concerns between regulations, law and machine learning driven analytics,
and how companies can navigate increasingly stringent regulations.

Who: Andrew Burt, Chief Privacy Officer, Immuta

What: Presentation on "Regulating Opacity: Solving for the
Conflict Between Laws and Analytics"

Software and analytics have been eating the world for a long time, and
now law and government are next. Businesses are increasingly
transcending physical boundaries into new, unregulated virtual domains,
forcing companies, developers and regulators to take a hard look at how
data is collected, stored, and used. New laws around the world are
beginning to force the technology industry to rethink how it approaches
the law.

Immuta's session will explain how and why the worlds of law and
technology are colliding, and what this means for data-driven companies,
the technology industry, and governments and citizens around the world.

When: Tuesday, October 31, 2017 from 4:15 – 5:00 p.m. EDT

Where: Predictive Analytics World 2017, Jacob Javits Convention
Center, New York; Room IE10

About Immuta
Immuta is the fastest way for algorithm-driven
enterprises to accelerate the development and control of machine
learning and advanced analytics. The company's hyperscale data
management platform provides data scientists with rapid,
personalized data access to dramatically improve the creation,
deployment and auditability of machine learning and AI. Founded in 2014,
Immuta is headquartered in College Park, Maryland. For more information,
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