The rapid integration of new artificial intelligence systems into our lives has raised a number of grave human rights concerns. A proactive regulatory framework is necessary to address the potential for profuse systemic bias in these systems.
With the pending case of Hanan v. Germany, the Grand Chamber has the opportunity to consider anew whether airstrikes fall within the jurisdiction of the Convention, and clarify – once and for all – that Member States cannot do abroad what they cannot do at home.
Proposals for a temporary disembarkation mechanism for migrants rescued in the Mediterranean have fallen on deaf ears in most EU Member States. A common scheme should instead be embraced as a first step towards an EU approach to disembarkation.