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Evaluating the impact of artificial intelligence on human rights

Carolyn Schmitt profiles a new report from the Center profiling six areas where current deployments of artificial intelligence are having an impact on human rights.

"From using artificial intelligence (AI) to determine credit scores to using AI to determine whether a defendant or criminal may offend again, AI-based tools are increasingly being used by people and organizations in positions of authority to make important, often life-altering decisions. But how do these instances impact human rights, such as the right to equality before the law, and the right to an education?"

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