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.
In this article we will look at the major questions the facial recognition technology raises: how safe it is, why it is used, how it works, whether it is legal, and whether its advantages outweigh the threats it poses.
Rights International Spain, our Spanish member organization, has released its report on the county's coronavirus contact tracing app, finding irregularities in the app’s data protection impact assessment and risk analysis.
The European Commission’s draft for a brand new regulation on artificial intelligence contains some good initiatives, but it still falls short of protecting citizens’ fundamental rights. Here's what still needs to change.
On 13 July, Liberties, Amnesty International, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Global Witness, and Mirovni Inštitute sent an open letter to the LIBE Committee, asking for proper interoperability measures in the Digital Services Act.
It is increasingly common to hear talk about predictive policing. While the topic is controversial, it is not immediately clear what all the fuss is about. Here's a brief overview of the main arguments in favour of and against predictive policing.
On 28 June, Liberties and 15 other civil society organizations sent an open letter to members of the Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee of the European Parliament, asking for user-centered amendments to the draft Digital Markets Act.