An expert panel will present to the European Union a 48-page draft of a document listing recommendations on how to govern AI. The document defines the boundaries of high-risk AI applications, and is the first attempt at introducing regulation for AI.
The hope is to guide AI development so that Europe can avoid the use of AI technologies in citizen surveillance and discrimination. The document also urges policy makers to refrain from giving AI systems or robots with legal personalities.
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