Google bullish on AI benefits in the face of fears over unchecked growth

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William Malcolm, senior director of international privacy legal and consumer protection at Google, cut an isolated figure speaking at the AI Regulation Summit in London hosted by City & Financial Global today (October 5).

Flanked by other lawyers and finance professionals, he was the sole member of the panel representing a Big Tech firm, the likes of which have been leading the rapid growth of generative AI in finance and beyond. Without the technologist, the panel could have easily devolved

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