European Union considering restrictions on facial recognition and AI

European Union considering restrictions on facial recognition and AI

EURACTIV, a Belgian think tank, released a copy of a draft European Commission study that weighs whether to ban facial recognition systems in public areas for three to five years in order to protect privacy consistent with European GDPR. Reuters news agency reported that the draft report on artificial intelligence policy noted that exceptions could be made for security and research projects.

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Hannibal
Hannibal 1 months

When you don't want facial recognition software but you're criminalizing climate doomsday skepticism, censoring anti-immigrant groups, and spending billions of euros on gender oppression studies... Just wow Europe!

Christian Wagner
Christian Wagner 1 months

When the government is criminalizing opposition to immigration or climate change, you do not really want them to use facial recognition against you when you demonstrate against them, like the yellow vests.

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