Prohibiting discriminatory algorithms: U.S. Congress has a plan
Access Now is proud to endorse the Algorithmic Justice and Online Platform Transparency Act of 2021, introduced by U.S. Senator Markey and Representative Matsui. The bill would help protect marginalized communities from discrimination online and increase transparency into websites’ systems of content promotion and moderation.
Why we need data minimization safeguards now (and how to do it)
Access Now’s new report “Data minimization: Key to protecting privacy and reducing harm” explores ways to combat data abuses by limiting the amount of information entities collect online.
Spotify, no nos espíes: la coalición global de más de 170 músicos y grupos de derechos humanos toma una posición
Access Now, Fight for the Future, Union of Musicians and Allied Workers, y una coalición de músicos y organizaciones de derechos humanos de todo el mundo enviaron una carta a Spotify pidiendo a la empresa que se comprometa públicamente a nunca utilizar, licenciar, vender o monetizar su nueva patente de tecnología de reconocimiento de voz.
Spotify, don’t spy: global coalition of 180+ musicians and human rights groups take a stand against speech-recognition technology
Access Now, Fight for the Future, Union of Musicians and Allied Workers, and a global coalition of musicians and human rights organizations call on Spotify to never use, license, sell, or monetize its new speech-recognition patent technology.
Dear Spotify: don’t manipulate our emotions for profit
Access Now calls on Spotify to make a public commitment to never use, license, sell, or monetize its dangerously invasive speech-recognition technology.
Can we move beyond the AI hype to defend human rights?
Debunking AI myths may help us avoid blind techno-solutionism, to craft evidence-based public policy that supports AI uptake only when machine-learning systems are actually fit-for-purpose, and center and respect people and their rights.
European Union: more big words on AI, but where are the actions?
Instead of touting so-called Trustworthy AI, Europe needs to advance concrete, actionable policy with red lines and safeguards to protect human rights.
Human rights matter in the AI debate. Let’s make sure AI does us more good than harm.
Our new report looks at the implications of the growth in AI-powered technologies through a human rights lens.
“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.
Access Now and Amnesty International launch Toronto Declaration on human rights and artificial intelligence
Global human rights organisations Amnesty International and Access Now launched a declaration on human rights and artificial intelligence at the opening of RightsCon 2018.