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Who Is Liable if AI Violates Your Human Rights?

Impakter: “Artificial intelligence (AI) has become part of our daily life and will become more important over the years. It can solve complex problems, reduce human errors and increase productivity. However, if legal frameworks and paths of accountability do not adapt and evolve alongside swift technological advancements, AI may encounter human rights issues. This is particularly important since private companies often control AI. AI technology can take various forms. There isn’t a universally accepted definition of what AI is, but in essence, it’s a technology that can perform tasks that require some degree of intelligence.  Tech giant Google defined it as a science that builds “computers and machines that can reason, learn, and act in such a way that would normally require human intelligence or that involves data whose scale exceeds what humans can analyze.” Recently, there has been growing awareness of generative AI platforms like ChatGPT. Yet, AI technology is being used in a wide range of sectors such as the home, healthcare, security, and finance industry…”

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