Study on the human rights dimensions of automated data processing techniques (in particular algorithms) and possible regulatory implications.

Study on the human rights dimensions of automated data processing techniques (in particular algorithms) and possible regulatory
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The committee of experts on internet intermediaries (MSI-NET) has realised in 2017 a study on the human rights dimensions of automated data processing techniques (in particular algorithms) and possible regulatory implications.

As a follow-up, the Committee of experts on human rights dimensions of automated data processing and different forms of artificial intelligence (MSI-AUT) is now preparing draft standard-setting instruments regarding the use of algorithms in the public and private sectors. The Committee is also studying the development and use of new digital technologies and services, including different forms of artificial intelligence; as they may impact peoples’ enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms in the digital age, with a view to provide guidance for future standard-setting in this field. The study will elaborate on the notion of responsibility for AI decision-making systems within a human rights framework.

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