The IAPP has released a list of 12 major risks associated with artificial intelligence and privacy. The aim is to create a set of definitions for professionals to use in the absence of concrete regulations. The IAPP notes that these definitions may evolve as the "taxonomy of AI privacy risks is not static — it's a living framework that must evolve with the AI landscape." The 12 risks include increased surveillance, identification, aggregation, phrenology and physiognomy, secondary use, exclusion, insecurity, exposure, distortion, disclosure, increased accessibility, and intrusion. All these risks can exacerbate privacy concerns and invade personal space or solitude.
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