European Parliament Calls for Sweeping AI Curbs, Police Facial Recognition Ban

By Robert Wren Gordon, Published Oct 13, 2021, 09:19am EDT

The European Parliament adopted a sweeping resolution last week, calling for bans on law enforcement use of closed/proprietary AI systems, a ban on mass biometric data collection in public spaces, a moratorium on new facial recognition deployments, and a ban on PRC-style social credit systems.

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Inside this note, IPVM examines the resolution's key elements as well as previews the upcoming AI Act. For similar IPVM coverage, please see:

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Hi, if you are interested in a wider view for what concerns the use of AI for forensic video analysis and enhancement, I've written a quite in-depth post here: Can AI Be Used for Forensics and Investigations? | Amped Blog

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