Defence ministers discussed artificial intelligence, killer robots and climate threat

By |avgust 30th, 2019|AI, artificial intelligence, autonomous weapons, Federica Mogherini, Finnish Presidency, hybrid threats, italian elections, killer robots, Matteo Salvini, Nato, News, Operation Atalanta, Operation Sophia, Strait of Hormuz, transatlantic relations, United Nations, United States|

EU defence ministers discussed artificial intelligence, autonomous weapons – also called “killer robots” –, hybrid threats and conflicts stemming from climate change, EU foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini told the press after an informal Council meeting in Helsinki on Thursday (29 August).

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The Finnish EU presidency should push for a ‘fast lane’ for tech and AI

By |julij 12th, 2019|AI, digital future, Digital Single Market, Finnish Presidency, News|

Boasting one of Europe’s most liberal and innovative economies, Finland's EU presidency has the chance to push for a ‘fast lane’ for tech and AI in Europe, and show Europe a way forward in the age of AI, writes Christian Walther Øyrabø.

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‘Adverse impacts’ of Artificial Intelligence could pave way for regulation, EU report says

By |junij 27th, 2019|AI, artificial intelligence, EU, Mariya Gabriel, News, regulation, robotics|

The EU should consider the need for new regulation to "ensure adequate protection from adverse impacts" in the field of Artificial Intelligence, a report published on Wednesday (26 June) by the Commission's High-Level Group on AI says.

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AI-enabled facial recognition: More than just ethics?

By |junij 7th, 2019|AI, artificial intelligence, biometric; facial recognition, Machine Learning, News|

Facial recognition technology has been advancing rapidly over the past decade and is starting to be common in more devices, more places and real time. The odds are that facial biometrical information is already being analysed regularly. While there are...

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2019 LOOKAHEAD: Towards a ‘Techno-ethics’

By |januar 3rd, 2019|2019 Lookahead, 5G, Action plan on disinformation, AI, Apple, artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, Bruno Le Maire, Cambridge Analytica, copyright, copyright directive, copyright reform, digital tax, disinformation, ethics, EU digital tax, Facebook, fake news, GAFA, Google, Internet Research Agency, killer robots, laws, Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems, Lookahead, News, Russian trolls, Sebastian Kurz, techlash, Tim Cook, Troll factory, trolley problem, wifi|

2019 is likely to prove the dawn of a 'Techno-ethics' in which consumers will expect their rights to be respected in the digital realm as they are in everyday life and legislators will oblige tech giants to play by the same rules as the wider industry.

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AI & Ethics: ‘Critical Concerns’ highlighted in Commission report

By |december 19th, 2018|AI, AI and ethics EU, Andrus Ansip, Ansip, artificial intelligence, Ethical guidelines EU, ethics, EU, killer robots, laws, Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems, Mariya Gabriel, News, United Kingdom|

The European Commission's high-level group on Artificial Intelligence (AI) published their highly anticipated report on Artificial Intelligence and Ethics on Tuesday (18 December), drawing attention to issues related to areas such as identification, citizen scoring, and killer robots. 

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Sparking a digital revolution against chronic disease

By |oktober 22nd, 2018|AI, artificial intelligence, Digital, digital health, eHealth, News, tech, telehealth|

Last month, the Broadband Commission Working Group on Digital Health released a new report on how digital technologies can address the growing challenge of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) and pave the way to universal health care coverage in low- and middle-income countries, write Ann Aerts and Harald Nusser.

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The state of play: How video games can work alongside health and education

By |september 6th, 2018|AI, European Parliament, News, Video games|

EURACTIV's Digital Affairs reporter Samuel Stolton went along to the Innovation in Video Games workshop at the European Parliament on September 4 to find out about the impact that gaming can have in the health and education sectors.

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Artificial intelligence in manufacturing: Game changer or just another hype?

By |junij 21st, 2018|AI, artificial intelligence, News|

Most people agree that artificial intelligence will have a huge impact on the way Europeans will produce and consume in the future. However, there are differing views on what the European Union can do to tap the full potential of AI in manufacturing an...

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The EU is right to refuse legal personality for Artificial Intelligence

By |maj 31st, 2018|AI, artificial intelligence, News, Robots|

The European Commission’s recent outline of an artificial intelligence strategy does not give in to European Parliament calls to grant personhood for AI. The Commission is right in this, though not for the reasons mentioned in a recent open letter published by experts, writes Thomas Burri.

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