UN Human Rights chief says all applications not complying with human rights law should be banned
(MENAFN)A forbid on the sale and use of artificial intelligence (AI) systems that pretense a harsh risk to human rights is immediately required until plenty safeguards are in place, according to the UN Human Rights chief.
A report titled "The right to privacy in the digital age" was reported by Michelle Bachelet that she is going to present at the 48th UN Human Rights Council session on Sept. 22.
In addition, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights urged for AI applications that do not fulfill with international human rights law to be excluded.
Bachelet further declared that "Given the rapid and continuous growth of AI, filling the immense accountability gap in how data is collected, stored, shared, and used is one of the most urgent human rights questions we face."
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