Italy fines first city for privacy breaches in use of AI

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ROME (Reuters) – Italy’s privacy watchdog has fined the northern city of Trento for breaking data protection rules in the way it used artificial intelligence (AI) in street surveillance projects. Trento was fined 50,000 euros ($54,225) and told to delete all data gathered in two European Union-funded projects. It is the first local administration in Italy to be sanctioned by the GPDP watchdog over the use of data from AI tools. The authority – one of the EU’s most proactive in assessing AI platform compliance with the bloc’s data privacy regime – last year briefly banned popular chatbot ChatGP…

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