EU spent €341m on AI border technology

A study out on Thursday by London-based Statewatch, a civil liberties organisation, says the EU has since 2007 spent €341m on research into artificial intelligence technologies for asylum, immigration and border control. The 46-page report says an EU proposal for the artificial intelligence act, currently under talks, fails to safeguard against potential abuse by such technology.

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