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We need concrete protections from artificial intelligence threatening human rights

Karine Gentelet , Associate Professor, Department of Social Sciences, Université du Quebec en Outaouais , 30. sep 2021 06:00

Events over the past few years have revealed several human rights violations associated with increasing advances in artificial intelligence (AI). Algorithms created to regulate speech online have censored speech ranging from religious content to sexual diversity. AI systems created to monitor illegal activities have been used to track and target human rights defenders. And algorithms have discriminated against Black people when they have been used to detect cancers or assess the flight risk of people accused of crimes.

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