The English regulatory authority ICO has Guidelines on AI and data protection published:
- Part one addresses accountability and governance in AI, including data privacy impact assessments (DPIAs);
- Part two concerns fair, lawful, and transparent processing, including legal bases, evaluating and improving the performance of AI systems, and mitigating potential discrimination;
- Part three concerns with data minimization and data security; and
- Part four concerns the guarantee of data subjects’ rights, including in the context of automated decision-making.
Cf. also the ISO standard for trustworthiness of AI systems.