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A strongly human rights compliant, human rights respectful AI, that ultimately supports human development is going to be the most trustworthy AI. Trusted by consumers, by citizens, by everybody, says FRA Director Michael O'Flaherty in his talk on protecting human rights in the digital age at the IIEA in Dublin on 26 September. He discusses the implications of AI for human rights, the new AI Act, as well as the wider challenges facing human rights standards in an age of rapid digitalisation.
As the Russian war of agresssion continues in Ukraine, EU countries are welcoming and supporting unprecedented numbers of people fleeing the war to seek safety in the EU. This has serious implications for many fundamental rights within the EU. FRA is looking at current and potential fundamental rights challenges. It seeks to assist the EU and its Member States find sustainable solutions. Below you can find some of the work being carried out.
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