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EU Seeks Global Standards for AI, Civil Rights Groups Fret

April 21, 2021

Patrick Van Eecke, Cooley partner and co-chair of the firm’s cyber/data/privacy practice, was quoted in a Reuters article on the challenges posed by the European Commission’s proposal on the use of artificial intelligence, including a ban on most surveillance, in an effort to set global standards for key technology dominated by China and the US.

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