Artificial intelligence, facial recognition technology and data privacy
Artificial intelligence, facial recognition technology (AIFRT) will change the way we all relate to the world around us. The questions AIFRT raises challenge existing ideological questions. Economies around the globe and society are changing; therefore, everyone must be ready to embrace change. For the UK to meet its potential and lead the world in shaping the future for society, AIFRT policy must be committed for the longterm, agreed by consensus and informed by views on all sides. This paper considers the UK’s General Data Protection Regulations, the Data Protection Act 2018, the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2019, while reviewing potential conflict of global privacy laws against innovation and society improvements.
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Document Type: Research Article
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Publication date: January 1, 2020
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