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    RISK ZERO DOES NOT EXIST: THE EU NEEDS AN OBSERVATORY FOR ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 03/19/2019

    PRESS RELEASE Brussels, 19 March 2019 The European Humanist Federation called for the creation of a European Observatory for Artificial Intelligence at the conference Artificial intelligence: Ethical concerns organized by the European Parliament as part of its regular dialogue with churches and non-confessional organizations under article 17 TFEU. Reaping the economic benefits of Artificial Intelligence […]

    EHF warns U.N. about obstacles to asylum for persecuted non-believers 03/14/2019

    On 12 March, the European Humanist Federation took the floor at the United Nations in Geneva and urged the Human Rights Council to take strong action in order to facilitate asylum procedures for non-believers fleeing persecutions worldwide. Although the UN Refugee Agency and the EU have issued guidelines to help governments dealing with this issue, […]

    MEPs to J.C. Juncker: is EU Special Envoy for FoRB able to carry out his mandate? 02/22/2019

    Many might remember that a month ago, we were both happy about the content of a a European Parliament report and outraged about the political messaging being carried out around it. This was the EP report on the mandate of the EU Special Envoy on Freedom of Religion or Belief much more balanced than what […]