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EESC: EU law should set safe boundaries for high-risk AI

iometric recognition for tracking, surveillance and detecting emotions should have no place in Europe's human-centric approach to Artificial Intelligence (AI), says the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) in its response to the European Commission's White...

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NGOs urge the commission EU Anti SLAPP measures

Dear Ms Lindholm, The undersigned NGOs welcome the Commission’s commitment to address the threat of vexatious litigation against journalists, activists and others.  The weaponization of the law by powerful economic actors has for too long resulted in the suppression...

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