EU seeks to protect human rights by regulating AI

From smart devices to facial recognition, AI is the technology of the future and the EU is eager to play a central role in defining codes of conduct to safeguard people's rights.

    The European Union has unveiled a strategy for regulating artificial intelligence (AI) as it looks to forge a different approach to market leaders - the United States and China. From smart devices to facial recognition, AI is the technology of the future and the EU is eager to play a central role in defining codes of conduct to safeguard people's rights.

    Al Jazeera's Neave Barker reports from Brussels.


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