High Commissioner's report on right to privacy in the digital age – how artificial intelligence affects human rights.
As part of its work on technology and human rights, the UN Human Rights Office will publish a report on 15 September
analysing how the widespread use of artificial intelligence, including
profiling, automated decision-making and machine-learning technologies
affects people's right to privacy and a host of other rights. The report
sets out approaches for addressing these challenges, including specific
recommendations for States and businesses.
SPEAKERS:Peggy Hicks, Director of Thematic Engagement
Tim Engelhardt, Human Rights Officer, Rule of Law and Democracy Section