AI Governance and Human Rights - Resetting the Relationship

Addressing vulnerability and promoting security
Posted Jan 26, 2023 | Chatham House

Governments and companies are already deploying AI to assist in making decisions that have major consequences for the lives of citizens and societies. AI offers far-reaching benefits for human development but also presents risks. These include further division between the privileged and the unprivileged, erosion of individual freedoms through surveillance, and the replacement of independent thought and judgement with automated control. In this Chatham House research paper, Kate Jones explains why human rights ought to be the foundation for AI governance, explores the reasons why they are not - except in the EU and some international organizations - and demonstrates how human rights can be embedded from the beginning in future AI governance initiatives.


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