#eu (38 results)

Campaign: ADM and People on the Move

Borders without AI

Campaign: ADM and People on the Move

The automated Fortress Europe: No place for human rights

EU’s AI Act fails to set gold standard for human rights

Press release

EU Parliament votes on AI Act; member states will have to plug surveillance loopholes

Press release

AI Act about to finally become law?

Press release

Europe’s Approach to AI regulation: Embracing Big Tech and Security Hardliners

Press release

AI Act deal: Key safeguards and dangerous loopholes

Press release

AI Act drama: Illegitimate deals, irresponsible negotiation hours, and unacceptable pressure games


Generative AI must be neither the stowaway nor the gravedigger of the AI Act

Civil society calls on the EU to draw limits on surveillance technology

Police and migration authorities must respect fundamental rights when using AI

Statement with 118 organizations

EU legislators must close dangerous loophole in AI Act

A data scientist had found that their work (the algorithm depicted on their laptop screen) has ‘jumped’ out of the screen and threatens to cause problems with a variety of different industries. Here a hospital, bus and siren could represent healthcare, transport and emergency services. The data scientist looks shocked and worried about what trouble the AI may cause there.

Making sense of the Digital Services Act

How to define platforms’ systemic risks to democracy

Final EU negotiations: we need an AI Act that puts people first

Political Ads: EU Lawmakers must uphold human rights to privacy and free expression

Press release

EU Parliament vote on AI Act: Lawmakers chose to protect people against harms of AI systems

Joint statement

A diverse auditing ecosystem is needed to uncover algorithmic risks

Open letter

DSA must empower public interest research with public data access

Automation on the Move

Civil society statement: we call on members of the EU Parliament to ensure the AI Act protects people and our rights

A joint statement on Digital Services Act implementation at the national level

Platforms’ promises to researchers: first reports missing the baseline

Civil society observers call for an effective Council of Europe Convention on AI

The year automated systems might have been regulated: 2022 in review

A guide to the EU’s new rules for researcher access to platform data

How the German government decided not to protect people against the risks of AI

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