Today Equinet, the European Network of Equality Bodies, published its long anticipated report entitled “Regulating for an equal AI:  A new role for equality bodies:  Meeting the new challenges to equality and non-discrimination from increased digitisation and the use of Artificial Intelligence”.

The report was authored by Cloisters barristers, Robin Allen QC and Dee Masters and outlines the current challenges to the regulation of AI from the perspective of discrimination law and the many ways in which equality bodies in Europe can positively shape the current discourse.  Invaluable research assistance was provided by Jonathan Cook and Ruaraidh Fitzpatrick.

A copy of the report can be accessed here.