This study addresses the relationship between the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and artificial intelligence (AI). The study carries out a thorough analysis of automated decisionmaking, considering the extent to which automated decisions are admissible, the safeguard measures to be adopted, and whether data subjects have a right to individual explanations
This study reviews the opportunities and risks related to the use of ADS. It presents policy options to reduce the risks and explain their limitations. Beyond providing an up-todate and systematic review of the situation, the study gives a precise definition of a number of key terms and an analysis of their differences to help […]
The GDPR gives people the right not to be subject to solely automated decisions, including profiling, which have a legal or similarly significant effect on them. These provisions restrict when you can carry out this type of processing and give individuals specific rights in those cases.
This UK’s Infomtation Commissioner Office’s blog post explores how organisations can ensure ‘meaningful’ human involvement to make sure AI decisions are not classified as solely automated by mistake.
The GDPR introduces new provisions to address the risks arising from profiling and automated decision-making, notably, but not limited to, privacy. The purpose of these guidelines is to clarify those provisions. This document covers: Definitions of profiling and automated decision-making and the GDPR approach to these in general – Chapter II General provisions on profiling […]