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.
Facial recognition on trial: emotion and gender “detection” under scrutiny in a court case in Brazil
As AI-powered facial recognition systems are deployed around the world, it is imperative to ensure they do not facilitate human rights violations, especially of people and communities already at risk.