Communiqué / Groupe Cyber, Data, Nano-bio, AI, Innovation
Le 17 mai 2022
This is the first ever detailed analysis of what is the most widespread way in which Facial Recognition is used in public (& private) spaces: to authorise access to a place or to a service. The 3rd Report in our #MAPFRE series should be of great interest to lawyers interested in data protection; AI ethics specialists; the private sector; data controllers; DPAs and the EDPB; policymakers; and the general public, who will find here an accessible way to understand all these issues.
To access the executive summary and/or download the full report (both available on our website AI-Regulation.com), please click here.
The first report entitled “Mapping the Use of Facial Recognition in Public Spaces in Europe – Part 1: A Quest For Clarity: Unpicking The “Catch-All” Term”, is available here.
The second report entitled “Mapping the Use of Facial Recognition in Public Spaces in Europe – Part 2: Classification”, is available here.
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