Digital tightrope walk for business and human rights

In an era where technology intertwines with daily life, AI emerges as a double-edged sword, cutting through the fabric of society with both promise and peril

18 March 2024 - 22:11 By Pooja Dela-Cron and Paula-Ann Novotny

Imagine a future where your access to justice depends on an algorithm, your freedom of expression is filtered through AI, and your personal data becomes a commodity traded without your consent. This is not a dystopian fantasy but a reality we are inching closer to as artificial intelligence becomes deeply integrated into our daily lives...

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