This paper from Privacy International focuses on applications of "artificial narrow intelligence," in particular, machine learning and its implications for human rights. The aim of the paper is fourfold:
- Present key technical definitions to clarify the debate.
- examine key ways in which AI impacts the right to freedom of expression and the right to privacy and outline key challenges.
- review the current landscape of AI governance, including various existing legal, technical and corporate frameworks and industry-led AI initiatives that are relevant to freedom of expression and privacy.
- provide initial suggestions for rights-based solutions which can be pursued by civil society organisations and other stakeholders in AI advocacy activities.