EU set to ban AI use for 'indiscriminate surveillance'

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The draft proposal would also ban algorithms that judge people's trustworthiness based on their social behaviour

The European Commission is poised to outlaw the use of AI systems for 'indiscriminate surveillance', or for ranking peoples' social behaviour. The new rules are contained in a draft regulation s...

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