Top French court approves AI surveillance cameras during Olympics

18/05/2023 | Politico

In a blow to privacy campaigners and civil rights organisations, the French Constitutional Court has approved the use of artificial intelligence (AI) powered surveillance cameras during the 2024 Paris Olympics. In its decision, the court said the experimental measures can only be deployed at sports, recreational or cultural events in the fight in order to “prevent public order offences.”

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