Civil society to Biden administration: halt facial recognition technology
Access Now joined over 40 civil society organizations in a letter to the Biden administration calling for a federal moratorium on the use of facial recognition technology.
The EU should regulate AI on the basis of rights, not risks
Artificial intelligence and automated decision-making systems threaten our fundamental rights. Yet the EU is considering an approach to AI regulation that would substitute rights-based protections for a mere risk mitigation exercise by corporations with a vested interest in these systems. Here’s why that’s a grave mistake.
To protect privacy in the digital age, world governments can and must do more
The latest U.N. privacy resolution does not go far enough, missing the opportunity to respond firmly to the human rights threats posed by systemic racism, artificial intelligence, facial recognition technology, and other key technological and social developments.