Human rights protections…with exceptions: what’s (not) in the EU’s AI Act deal
The E.U. just agreed to (not quite a) deal on the AI Act. But what’s in it? What’s missing? And what happens now?
Open letter: Council of the E.U. risks failing human rights in the AI Act
Ahead of the next AI Act trilogue, the we urge the Council of the European Union to effectively regulate the use of AI systems by law enforcement, migration control and national security authorities throughout Europe.
Open letter: European Parliament must stand strong on AI Act fundamental rights protections
The European Parliament must uphold vital fundamental rights protections within the E.U. AI Act to regulate the use of AI in law enforcement, migration, and national security.
EU policymakers: regulate police technology!
Civil society calls on EU policymakers to regulate policy technology.
Joint statement: EU legislators must close dangerous loophole in AI Act
Big Tech has lobbied to introduce a major loophole to the EU AI Act’s high-risk classification process. We call on EU legislators to maintain a high level of protection in the AI Act.
EU Trilogues: The AI Act must protect people’s rights
As EU trilogues on the AI Act kick off, Access Now and partners call on institutions to put fundamental rights first.
What you need to know about generative AI and human rights
Generative AI has been all over the headlines. But what are the human rights implications? Get the facts in our generative AI FAQ.
Big wins, but gaps remain: European Parliament Committees vote to secure key rights protections in AI Act
In a win for civil society, the European Parliament Committees have adopted their position on the Artificial Intelligence Act — integrating key human rights protections.
Joint statement: The EU AI Act must protect people on the move
The EU AI Act must protect all people from harmful uses of AI systems, regardless of their migration status.
Stop the EUMigraTool rollout: predictive AI systems have no place in EU migration policies
Access Now and partners call on the ITFlows Consortium to withdraw the EUMigraTool and stop developing technologies that violate fundamental rights.