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EU agrees to limit use of artificial intelligence

EU agrees to limit use of artificial intelligence

The European Union has enacted legislation to ban the use of artificial intelligence. Under it, artificial intelligence algorithms that change facial recognition and human behavior for monitoring will be banned.

According to a report by the British News Agency, the proposed laws, which have a wide range of leaks from official publications in the European Union, pledge to make artificial intelligence (artificial intelligence) a high risk. This includes the police and the algorithms used in their recruitment (the process of calculation or its rules, especially the solution of problems through computers).

Melissa Hekela, a British journalist covering technology, also tweeted about the European Commission’s leaked rules, saying the commission wanted to ban the use of high-risk artificial intelligence in Europe.

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