Face and emotion recognition technologies: How can regulation protect citizens and their privacy?

 In Evidence, Theme Reports

The parliamentary brief discusses how AI-driven technologies which detect and verify individuals’ identity and affective states will change public and private life in the future. By exploring international use cases it discusses how these technologies can be used in a way that protects citizens’ privacy and which does not reinforce societal prejudices or exploit vulnerable groups and individuals.

Please download the brief here.

 

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