Experts are finished, politicians to deliver – the Council of Europe publishes expert recommendations on the human rights impacts of algorithmic systems
We welcome the finalised recommendations on the human rights impacts of algorithmic systems with great enthusiasm, and urge member states to adopt the text in due course and ensure its implementation by both the public and private sector.
Europe poised to lead on rights-respecting artificial intelligence?
At “Governing the Game Changer” in Helsinki, we advocate for European leadership on artificial intelligence that is centered in human rights principles.
EU member states are watering down spyware regulation
Some EU member states are attempting to block curbs on the export of surveillance equipment to abusive regimes, threatening human rights around the world.
Mapping artificial intelligence strategies in Europe: a new report by Access Now
Access Now lays out a criteria to assess AI strategies in Europe to ensure that the development and deployment of AI is individual-centric and human rights-respecting.
“We want AI to come to everybody’s life” – AI and human rights at the MWC
Reflecting on the 2018 Mobile World Congress in Shanghai, Fanny Hidvégi shares next steps for supporting human rights in the development and use of artificial intelligence in our societies.
Council of Europe cooperation against cybercrime — human rights Octopus or fishy deals?
Use of the Budapest Convention to improve law enforcement access to data must protect human rights.
Cross-border access to data: NGO position delivered to the Council of Europe
Our comments provide guidance on how to protect human rights when developing new rules on cross-border access to electronic evidence (“e-evidence”).
Tunisia ratifies Convention 108 and affirms commitment to the protection of personal data
In a country where both private and public entities exercise rampant disregard for citizens’ personal data, it is profoundly reassuring to see the Convention ratified.