Artificial intelligence (AI) deeply and pervasively impacts our lives. In this short paper, I propose two lines of thoughts aimed at updating the catalog of human rights in light of the potential and risks of AI(mainly Machine Learning). The first considers the adaptation of certain traditional principles (informed consent and non-discrimination) to the challenges posed by AI. The second covers four new rights, built upon the specific characteristics of AI systems, with the aim of effectively ad-dressing AI pros and cons.

Unlocking the Synergy: Artificial Intelligence and (old and new) Human Rights / Casonato, Carlo. - In: BIOLAW JOURNAL. - ISSN 2284-4503. - ELETTRONICO. - 2023:3(2023), pp. 233-240. [10.15168/2284-4503-2768]

Unlocking the Synergy: Artificial Intelligence and (old and new) Human Rights

Casonato, Carlo
2023-01-01

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Artificial intelligence (AI) deeply and pervasively impacts our lives. In this short paper, I propose two lines of thoughts aimed at updating the catalog of human rights in light of the potential and risks of AI(mainly Machine Learning). The first considers the adaptation of certain traditional principles (informed consent and non-discrimination) to the challenges posed by AI. The second covers four new rights, built upon the specific characteristics of AI systems, with the aim of effectively ad-dressing AI pros and cons.
2023
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Casonato, Carlo
Unlocking the Synergy: Artificial Intelligence and (old and new) Human Rights / Casonato, Carlo. - In: BIOLAW JOURNAL. - ISSN 2284-4503. - ELETTRONICO. - 2023:3(2023), pp. 233-240. [10.15168/2284-4503-2768]
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