Data Privacy Guidelines in context of Artificial Intelligence
2 November 2020
Special Rapporteur on the right to privacy
To seek written comments on the draft “Data Privacy Guidelines for the development and operation of Artificial Intelligence solutions”
Objectives of the report
Recognising the ever-growing significance of the development and operation of Artificial Intelligence solutions to how societies and economies operate, the Special Rapporteur on privacy, has overseen the development of a draft international guidance based on the values enshrined in the UN Charter on Human Rights and International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.
Key questions and types of input sought
Written comments are sought from interested stakeholders in all regions in order to obtain a wide range of views to be taken under consideration. The Special Rapporteur on privacy will finalise these guidelines so they can be reflected in his thematic report to be considered at the 46th session of the Human Rights Council in March 2021
Draft for consultation.
How and where to submit inputs
Inputs may be sent via e-mail. All submissions must be received by 2 November 2020.
E-mail subject line:
“Comments on the draft Data Privacy Guidelines re AI Solutions”
Concise comments are appreciated
English preferred, if possible
Treatment of inputs received
Submissions will be published by default and contributors may be referenced in the report, if you do not wish your submission or your name to be public, please indicate you do not consent to this information being in the public domain.