Europese Commissie presenteert strategie voor data en Artificial Intelligence

Door Jan Roekens | 25-02-2020

De Europese Commissie heeft onlangs haar ideëen en acties over de digitale transformatie in Europa gepubliceerd. De Europese Commissie hoopt hiermee een strategie gevonden te hebben die voor heel Europa gaat werken.

Uit het persbericht:”It presents a European society powered by digital solutions that put people first, opens up new opportunities for businesses, and boosts the development of trustworthy technology to foster an open and democratic society and a vibrant and sustainable economy. Digital is a key enabler to fighting climate change and achieving the green transition. The European data strategy and the policy options to ensure the human-centric development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) presented  are the first steps towards achieving these goals.”

“The Presidency of the Council of the European Union released, on 21 February 2020, its revised text of the proposed Regulation concerning the Respect for Private Life and the Protection of Personal Data in Electronic Communications and Repealing Directive 2002/58/EC
The Draft ePrivacy Regulation introduces the possibility to process metadata for legitimate interests, as well as to use the processing and storage capabilities of terminal equipment, and to collect information from end-users’ terminal equipment when it is necessary for the purpose of the legitimate interests pursued by the service provider, except when such interest is overridden by the interests or fundamental rights and freedoms of the end-user.”


Source: Esomar, February 24,2020


Auteur: Jan Roekens, Hoofdredacteur

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