Artificial intelligence and human rights in Australia

Brett Solomon &
Lindsey Andersen

“Although artificial intelligence is already mainstream, experts have only recently started looking into the short- and long-term impacts of AI on human rights. Recently in 2018, artificial intelligence was a key topic at RightsCon, a global conference on the future of the internet hosted by Access Now. There we worked with partners to draft and publish the Toronto Declaration on protecting the rights to equality and non- discrimination in machine learning systems. We then released a report in November 2018, Human Rights in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, as a preliminary scoping of the intersection of AI and human rights …”

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