EU privacy watchdogs call for ban on facial recognition in public spaces

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EU privacy watchdogs call for ban on facial recognition in public spaces

Under desire to create a 'human-centric legal framework for AI'.

Europe's two privacy watchdogs teamed up to call for a ban on the use of facial recognition in public spaces, going against draft European Union rules which would allow the technology to be used for public security reasons. The European Commission in April proposed rules on artificial ...

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