The European Commission may ban facial recognition for three to five years as it figures out how to curb abusive uses of the technology, BBC News reports. In an 18-page document, the commission plans to introduce new rules to enhance existing privacy laws and propose obligations on artificial intelligence users and developers. The document calls for EU countries to create an authority to keep track of those rules. Should the technology be temporarily banned, "a sound methodology for assessing the impacts of this technology and possible risk management measures could be identified and developed," the document states.
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