EU policymakers: regulate police technology!
Civil society calls on EU policymakers to regulate policy technology.
Historic vote in the European Parliament: dangerous AI surveillance banned, but not for migrant people at the borders
In a victory for fundamental rights, the European Parliament has given the green light to a much-improved Artificial Intelligence Act (AI Act) in a plenary vote. The AI Act is a cornerstone legislation that should ensure people’s rights across the EU and at the border are protected from surveillance and put before Big Tech and security industry profits.
EU negotiations on AI systems must #ProtectNotSurveil people on the move
Access Now calls on the European Parliament to #ProtectNotSurveil people on the move in the Artificial Intelligence Act.
EU AI Act must protect all people, regardless of migration status
Access Now and partners call on the EU to ensure the AI Act protects all people, regardless of their migration status.
The EU AI Act: How to (truly) protect people on the move
The EU AI Act is supposed to protect the rights of everyone impacted by AI systems. But it ignores the systems impacting people on the move. Here are three steps policymakers can take to fix that problem.
EU Parliament’s draft of AI Act: predictive policing is banned, but work remains to protect people’s rights
Access Now welcomes banning individual risk assessment for predictive policing in the AI Act, but other practices that undermine human rights are omitted.
The EU needs an Artificial Intelligence Act that protects fundamental rights
Access Now and over 110 civil society organisations have laid out proposals to make sure the European Union’s Artificial Intelligence Act addresses the real-world impacts of the use of artificial intelligence.