Join us for the 2024 Leadership Summit designed exclusively for Booth alumnae worldwide. This virtual event series hosted by the Chicago Booth Women's Network offers intimate settings, interactive sessions, and actionable takeaways. Delve into the world of AI with confidence, as we guide you through empowering strategies for success. Connect with fellow Booth women, foster meaningful conversations, and leave with the confidence to understand, navigate, and adopt Automation and AI effectively.


Online Webinar
Chicago, Illinois

Event Details

Join us for an illuminating discussion with legal experts as they share invaluable insights about data privacy – the successes and challenges businesses face when adopting AI. Our panel will unravel the complexities of AI liabilities, providing key strategies for risk mitigation. Additionally, we will explore AI's global impact on women, examining biases to help ensure businesses foster an equitable environment.


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Deadline: 4/23/2024

Speaker Profiles

Lei Shen (Speaker)

Lei advises clients on a wide range of global data privacy issues and works collaboratively to develop practical privacy and data protection strategies for their products and services. She helps companies navigate and comply with state, federal and international privacy regulations including the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and other state consumer data protection laws. She also advises on issues concerning emerging technologies, such as telematics, connected products and services (including connected and autonomous vehicles), and AI.

Lupe Sampedro (Speaker)

Guadalupe Sampedro specializes in cyber/data/privacy issues with a focus on fintech, payments, financial services, technology, life sciences and healthcare, media and communications, retail and consumer clients. She has deep experience advising global leaders in these sectors. She also advises clients on complex regulatory matters, such as the interplay between the Payment Services Directive 2 and the General Data Protection Regulation, as well as on a wide range of data protection matters, including binding corporate rules and other international data transfer frameworks.


Vicky Lio, '12