EU data watchdog argues for moratorium on recognition technology

By |julij 1st, 2020|automated recognition, biometric, biometric data, biometric; facial recognition, data, data protection, EDPS, European Data Protection Supervisor, facial recognition, moratorium, News, Privacy, Wojciech Wiewiórowski|

Automated recognition technologies in public spaces should be temporarily banned, the EU's institutional data protection watchdog has said, arguing in favour of a moratorium.

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Crowd monitoring facial recognition tech awarded Commission seal of excellence 

By |junij 19th, 2020|biometric, data protection, EU, Europe, European Commission, facial recognition, GDPR, General Data Protection Regulation, News, Privacy|

The European Commission has given its 'seal of excellence' to a technology that provides 'advanced video analytics, including real-time face recognition and crowd behaviour analysis,' to be used in the bloc's fight against another potential outbreak of...

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MEPs chart path for a European approach to Artificial Intelligence

By |maj 12th, 2020|AI, artificial intelligence, Axel Voss, biometric, Digital, Dirk Staudenmayer, ethics, EU, Europe, European Parliament, facial recognition, Ibán García del Blanco, Liesje Schreinemacher, News, Stéphane Séjourné, Technology, Tiemo Wölken|

EU lawmakers debated the bloc's approach to regulating Artificial Intelligence technologies on Tuesday (12 May), in an effort to chart a path for how the EU will manage the onset of next-generation technologies.

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High-risk Artificial Intelligence to be ‘certified, tested and controlled,’ Commission says

By |februar 19th, 2020|AI White Paper, artificial intelligence, biometric, EU, facial recognition, GDPR, Margrethe Vestager, News, Thierry Breton, Ursula von der Leyen|

Artificial Intelligence technologies carrying a high-risk of abuse that could potentially lead to an erosion of fundamental rights will be subjected to a series of new requirements, the European Commission announced on Wednesday (19 February).

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