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Digital Cooperation – Report by the UN High-Level Panel

The UN Secretary-General’s High-Level Panel on Digital Cooperation has prepared its first report on digital cooperation | June 27, 2019

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SaaS: Surveillance as a Service

Amazon has patented a product that they refer to as “Surveillance as a Service”. It highlights a dangerous trend towards authoritarian states that proxy their responsibility through private entities | June 24, 2019

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Safeguarding Human Rights in the Age of AI: Recommendations of the Council of Europe

In a report by the Commissioner for Human Rights in the EU, recommendations have been considered with regard to how human rights can be protected with regard to AI | June 10, 2019

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France Bans Analytics of Judges’ Rulings

In a potential slap to democracy, France has prohibited analytics of judicial rulings when they are identified and analyzed against the names of specific judges | June 08, 2019

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Beijing Formulates AI Principles – Do they Mean Anything?

In what potentially appears to be an eyewash, especially from a country known for mass surveillance through AI, now comes a set of AI principles | June 05, 2019

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The Artificial Intelligence Initiative Act is a Great Starting Point for State Investment in AI

A major investment legislation has been proposed in the US Senate | May 26, 2019

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Federal Court of Australia Considers Applying AI to Dividing Assets in Family Court Matters

The Federal Court of Australia considers adding AI to its workflow in dividing assets | May 26, 2019

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OECD and a Recommendation for Trustworthy AI

With 42 countries coming together to agree on a single standard for AI – it might just be a landmark in international law and AI | May 26, 2019

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Opinion: Corporate AI Policies and Principles – Actually Making a Difference

Developing responsible AI is difficult – maybe it is time that big tech get serious about its own principles | May 22, 2019

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Facial Recognition Technology: Assessing the Spectrum of Regulatory Solutions – Part II

Assessing various solutions to ensure fairness in facial recognition | May 21, 2019