EU votes to proceed with AI Act which could ban much facial recognition usage

John Leonard
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EU votes to proceed with AI Act which could ban much facial recognition tech
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EU votes to proceed with AI Act which could ban much facial recognition tech

For many use cases facial recognition will be categorised 'unacceptable', along with social scoring and cognitive behavioural manipulation, and outlawed, as per the current draft

The European Parliament today agreed to finalise the AI Act, beginning a process that will result in the world's first law specifically related to AI. In the AI Act, The EU's approach diverges f...

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