The Commission is accused of using prohibited ads and giving select AI industry stakeholders special access to the legislative process.
AI is a part of everyday life, and how we choose to regulate it will shape our societies. EU lawmakers must use this opportunity to craft a law that harnesses the opportunities without undermining the protection of our rights or the rule of law.
The rapid development and expanding use of artificial intelligence raises questions about how well our fundamental rights are protected, and whether legislation like the EU’s AI Act goes far enough.
The European Parliament’s draft AI Act takes a strong stand for human rights by banning real-time biometric surveillance in public areas, among other achievements. But that's not to say there weren't missed opportunities.
Experts discussed the impact of artificial intelligence on human rights at a conference in Tallin. Here’s what Liberties’ digital expert argued.
As artificial intelligence plays an increasingly greater role in everyday life, its potential effect on society and our everyday lives is an issue we all need to know and talk about.
Algorithmic decision-making (ADM) is swiftly changing our societies. But does it hold up its promise of objectivity, or in the end do more harm than good?
Governments and companies use artificial intelligence to take decisions that can have a significant impact on our lives. AI must be regulated to protect ourselves, and to use technology without manipulation or bias. Here's how it should be done.
Today, CCTV cameras can identify and track you based on the unique characteristics of your face, body or movements, known as biometrics. Here's how to trick surveillance to protect your privacy.
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