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Study on 'Artificial Intelligence and Law Enforcement - Impact on Fundamental Rights', authored by Gloria González Fuster for the LIBE Committee

  • July 24, 2020

[Publication]The study on ‘Artificial Intelligence and Law Enforcement - Impact on Fundamental Rights’, authored by LSTS co-director Prof. Dr. Gloria González Fuster is now available online. The study was commissioned by the European Parliament’s Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs at the request of the LIBE Committee.

The research examines the impact on fundamental rights of Artificial Intelligence in the field of law enforcement and criminal justice, from a European Union perspective. It presents the applicable legal framework (notably in relation to data protection), and analyses major trends and key policy discussions. The study also considers developments following the Covid-19 outbreak. It argues that the seriousness and scale of challenges may require intervention at EU level, based on the acknowledgement of the area’s specificities.

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