The growing use of artificial intelligence is putting the labour market at risk, according to Austrian MP Professor Stefan Schennach. He wants to see rules that reduce the risk of job losses as the use of robots increases...
Council of Europe's Parliamentary Assembly - Loss of privacy through "track & trace"
With the spread of COVID-19, some governments are taking the opportunity to dismantle parts of democracy. Loss of privacy through "track & trace" systems, delayed elections and other abuses are causing concern in the Council of Europe's Parliamentary Assembly and Armenian MP Vladimir Vardanyan wants to see tighter controls...
Council of Europe's Parliamentary Assembly - AI and algorithms in the field of criminal justice
Latvian Deputy Boriss Cilevičs, author of a report on the use of artificial intelligence in the field of justice which will be adopted this week by the Standing Committee of the Council of Europe's Parliamentary Assembly, warns Jim Gibbons about the dangers of relying on algorithms in criminal justice systems.
Council of Europe's Parliamentary Assembly - COVID-19 pandemic is not an excuse to erode democracy
British Conservative MP Ian Liddell-Grainger's report, demanding that the COVID-19 pandemic is not used as an excuse to erode democracy, has been adopted by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe. It argues. that governments must not use the pandemic as an excuse for eroding democratic rights and the rule of law. He has been talking to Jim Gibbons.