FRA took part in discussions on 28 October related to the regulations setting up the interoperability of EU large-scale information systems.
The discussions were part of the Forum on the implementation of the new architecture for EU information systems for borders, migration and security, convened by the European Commission.
FRA attended as a member of the Commission’s High Level expert Group on Information systems and Interoperability.
FRA also attended the presentation of the study on ‘opportunities for the use of artificial intelligence in border control, migration and security. In the discussions, FRA highlighted some fundamental rights aspects of relevance to the application of artificial intelligence in the home affairs context.