In the draft recommendation, after paragraph 3, insert the following paragraph:
"The Assembly recalls the principle enshrined in Article 2 of the Convention on Human Rights and Biomedicine (ETS No. 164, also known as 'the Oviedo Convention') which affirms the primacy of the human being by stating that "the interests and welfare of the human being shall prevail over the sole interest of society or science.""
In the draft recommendation, before paragraph 8.1.1, insert the following paragraph:
"the fact that responsibility and accountability lies with the human being, no matter the circumstances. References to "independent" decision-making by artificial intelligence systems cannot exempt the creators, owners and managers of these systems from accountability for human rights violations committed with the use of these systems, even in cases where the action that caused the damage was not directly ordered by a responsible human commander or operator;"
In the draft recommendation, before paragraph 9, insert the following paragraph:
"The Assembly reiterates its call made in Resolution 2051 (2015) on all member States and observer States, as well as States whose parliaments have observer status with the Assembly, to refrain from any automated (robotic) procedures for selecting individuals for targeted killings or any sort of injury based on communication patterns or other data collected through mass surveillance techniques. This should be true not only for drones but also for other combat equipment with artificial intelligence systems, as well as other equipment and/or software which might potentially inflict damage on people, property, personal data or information databases, or interfere with privacy, freedom of expression, or the right to equality and non-discrimination."