AIDA-committee finalises report on AI in the digital age
The European Parliament’s Special Committee on Artificial Intelligence in a Digital Age (AIDA) has finalised its report on AI in a digital age.
New declaration for a human-centred digital transformation
The European Commission has proposed to define a set of principles for a human-centred digital transformation, in a declaration on Digital Rights and Principles.
IFIP publishes Code of Ethics
The International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) has published their Code of Ethics which will also be brought out as a book later this year.
Analysis calls for practical approach to regulate ethical aspects of AI
Discussions about ethical principles for the development and use of AI have been at the forefront of topical issues for some time, and there is no shortage of guidelines, principles and recommendations.
ITPE and Global Knowledge hold tech talk on AI ethics
On 21 April Global Knowledge and co-host ITPE welcomed leading experts Anna Jobin and Lorien Pratt for an online discussion on the ethical aspects of AI technology.
Predictive algorithms decide critical law enforcement
An article from the New York Times sheds light on the practice of using algorithms in critical decision-making processes of law enforcement both in the US and Europe.
Demand for ethics in business is high – but change is slow
Companies are becoming more aware of ethical thinking, but do not necessarily implement the suggested changes.
Clear data ethics needed in Common European Data Spaces
A report sums up the conclusions from a range of workshops held between DG Connect and relevant experts on the development of Common European Data Spaces for ensuring mutual data access among sectors.
European standards body selects expert group for EU ICT Ethics framework
The European standards body for ICT Professionalism and Digital Competences has selected a new expert group to develop an ICT Ethics Framework. Access Members Area for more information