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Coran Darling

AI & Data Analytics - DLA Piper

Working groupExpert Group on AI Incidents
Working groupExpert Group on AI Risk & Accountability
Stakeholder TypeCivil society
ONE AI Member

Coran Darling is a member of DLA Piper’s AI & Data Analytics team where he focuses on assisting companies navigate the challenges of emerging technology regulation and policy across the world, with particular focus on AI, open-source software, and data. Coran is a core member of the firm’s working group for artificial intelligence and a recognized thought leader on the responsible governance and ethical deployment of AI and is a regular contributor to dialogue on the matter. His recent work on AI policy and generative AI has been subject of discussion by governmental select committees as part of enquiries into developing future regulatory mechanisms for AI in the UK and abroad. Alongside his work, he is a keen advocate for developing a greater understanding for AI in both the public and private sector. He is a member of the Data Ethics Group of the Alan Turing Institute, a member of the European Commission’s AI Alliance, a non-parliamentary member of the UK Government’s All-Party Parliamentary Groups for AI and Data Analytics, an advisor to the British Standards Institute’s ART/1 (Artificial Intelligence) and IST/6 (Data Communications) workflows, and a founding member of the Society for Computers and Law Select Committee on AI.

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