Those who fall into high risk, on the other hand, will be subject to strict obligations before they can be placed on the market. This category includes artificial intelligence systems for mass surveillance, using remote biometric identification methods such as facial recognition. They are therefore totally prohibited in public spaces, with the possibility of exceptions, “strictly defined and regulated, with time limits, geographical scope and databases sought”, for public security purposes and for which authorization is required. from a judicial body. Some examples of exceptions are the search for missing children, the prevention of terrorism, the search for the perpetrators of serious crimes.