The SHERPA project explored the implications of the rapid developments of AI systems on human rights. This briefing paper addresses the threats these modern developments pose and the need to regulate and monitor their development across different sectors to ensure compliance with human rights.
The SHERPA project addresses the need to reshape liability and accountability with the development of autonomous robots and AI products. This briefing addresses the need to develop a legal framework to appropriately allocate civil or criminal liability.
The SHERPA project has analysed privacy and data protection primarily in the EU, focussing on the implications of technological developments on personal data. This briefing paper addresses the challenges stemming from technological advancements for data protection and consumer privacy, as well as ways to tackle such issues in the EU.
This report provides an overview of the current implementation of SIS in the field of cybersecurity. It also identifies the positive and negative aspects of using SIS in cybersecurity, including ethical issues which could arise while using SIS in this area. One company working in the industry of telecommunications (Company A) is analysed in this report. Further specific ethical issues that arise when using SIS technologies in Company A are critically evaluated. Finally, conclusions are drawn on the case study and areas for improvement are suggested.