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Artificial Intelligence: Opportunities and Challenges for the Internal Market and Consumer Protection

16-03-2020

Developing appropriate policies and regulations for AI is a priority for the European Union. AI has become a powerful driver of social transformation, reshaping individual lives and interactions as well as economical and political organisations. AI brings huge opportunities for development, sustainability, health and knowledge, as well as significant risks of unemployment, discrimination, exclusion, etc. Multiple areas are affected by AI, such as data protection (lawful and proportionate processing ...

Developing appropriate policies and regulations for AI is a priority for the European Union. AI has become a powerful driver of social transformation, reshaping individual lives and interactions as well as economical and political organisations. AI brings huge opportunities for development, sustainability, health and knowledge, as well as significant risks of unemployment, discrimination, exclusion, etc. Multiple areas are affected by AI, such as data protection (lawful and proportionate processing of personal data, subject to oversight), fair algorithmic treatment (not being subject to unjustified prejudice resulting from automated processing), transparency and explicability (knowing how and why a certain algorithmic response has been given or a decision made), protection from undue influence (not being misled, manipulated, or deceived). This collection of studies presents research resulting from ongoing interest of the Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection in improving functioning of the Digital Single Market and developing European digital and AI related policy based on scientific evidence and expertise.

Commitments made at the hearing of Thierry BRETON, Commissioner-designate - Internal Market

22-11-2019

The commissioner-designate, Thierry Breton, appeared before the European Parliament on 14 November 2019 to answer questions put by MEPs from the Committees on Industry, research and energy and Internal market and consumer protection. During the hearing, he made a number of commitments which are highlighted in this document. These commitments refer to his portfolio, as described in the mission letter sent to him by Ursula von der Leyen, President-elect of the European Commission, including: - The ...

The commissioner-designate, Thierry Breton, appeared before the European Parliament on 14 November 2019 to answer questions put by MEPs from the Committees on Industry, research and energy and Internal market and consumer protection. During the hearing, he made a number of commitments which are highlighted in this document. These commitments refer to his portfolio, as described in the mission letter sent to him by Ursula von der Leyen, President-elect of the European Commission, including: - The digital economy and society; - A future-ready European industry and single market; and - Defence industry and space.

Commitments made at the hearing of Margrethe VESTAGER, Executive Vice-President-designate - Europe Fit for Digital Age

22-11-2019

The commissioner-designate, Margrethe Vestager, appeared before the European Parliament on 8 October 2019 to answer questions from MEPs in the Committees on Industry, Research and Energy, Internal Market and Consumer Protection and Economic and Monetary Affairs. During the hearing, she made a number of commitments which are highlighted in this document. These commitments refer to her portfolio, as described in the mission letter sent to her by Ursula von der Leyen, President-elect of the European ...

The commissioner-designate, Margrethe Vestager, appeared before the European Parliament on 8 October 2019 to answer questions from MEPs in the Committees on Industry, Research and Energy, Internal Market and Consumer Protection and Economic and Monetary Affairs. During the hearing, she made a number of commitments which are highlighted in this document. These commitments refer to her portfolio, as described in the mission letter sent to her by Ursula von der Leyen, President-elect of the European Commission and include a Europe fit for the digital age and competition.

Contribution to Growth: Delivering economic benefits for citizens and businesses

07-05-2019

This collection of studies summarizes the benefits of the legislation adopted by the European Parliament in the area of free movement of goods, services, Digital Single Market and public procurement. These benefits are estimated at a total amount of 985 billion euros annually. European legislation has further important potential in delivering economic benefits for European citizens and businesses.

This collection of studies summarizes the benefits of the legislation adopted by the European Parliament in the area of free movement of goods, services, Digital Single Market and public procurement. These benefits are estimated at a total amount of 985 billion euros annually. European legislation has further important potential in delivering economic benefits for European citizens and businesses.

EP-EUI Roundtable on Strategy for Artificial Intelligence in Europe

14-09-2018

Proceedings summarise the EP-EUI roundtable on the Strategy for Artificial Intelligence in Europe. The roundtable with academics from European University Institute involved MEP Róża THUN (Chair of the Digital Single Market Working Group of the Committee for the Internal Market and Consumer Protection), MEP Mady DELVAUX (MEP), Mr Riccardo RIBERA D’ALCALA, Director-General of DG IPOL, European Parliament, Ms Catelijne MULLER (European Economic and Social Committee), and Dr Cecile HUET, the Deputy Head ...

Proceedings summarise the EP-EUI roundtable on the Strategy for Artificial Intelligence in Europe. The roundtable with academics from European University Institute involved MEP Róża THUN (Chair of the Digital Single Market Working Group of the Committee for the Internal Market and Consumer Protection), MEP Mady DELVAUX (MEP), Mr Riccardo RIBERA D’ALCALA, Director-General of DG IPOL, European Parliament, Ms Catelijne MULLER (European Economic and Social Committee), and Dr Cecile HUET, the Deputy Head of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Unit in DG CNECT This document was prepared by Policy Department A in the framework of scientific cooperation between European Parliament and European University Institute.

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Luis Carlos Matos

EP-EUI Roundtable - Role of the European Parliament in promoting the use of independent expertise in the legislative process

16-08-2018

This report reflects on the role of European Parliament in promoting the use of independent expertise in the European legislative process. The European Parliament has a unique model of involving independent expertise of universities and think tanks in the European legislative process to guarantee that its decisions are based on the best available evidence. The EP-EUI roundtable discussed the general framework, best practices and the way forward for involving independent expertise in the European ...

This report reflects on the role of European Parliament in promoting the use of independent expertise in the European legislative process. The European Parliament has a unique model of involving independent expertise of universities and think tanks in the European legislative process to guarantee that its decisions are based on the best available evidence. The EP-EUI roundtable discussed the general framework, best practices and the way forward for involving independent expertise in the European legislative process. This document has been prepared in the framework of scientific cooperation between the European Parliament and the European University Institute.

Geo-Blocking

06-02-2018

This leaflet provides abstracts of selection of latest publications prepared by the European Parliament’s Policy Department on Economic and Scientific Policy at the request of the IMCO Committee in relation to the geo-blocking phenomenon.

This leaflet provides abstracts of selection of latest publications prepared by the European Parliament’s Policy Department on Economic and Scientific Policy at the request of the IMCO Committee in relation to the geo-blocking phenomenon.

Comunicazione a prezzi accessibili per i cittadini e le imprese

01-02-2018

Le tecnologie dell'informazione e della comunicazione (TIC) e i servizi di dati e di accesso a Internet si sono sostituiti ai servizi telefonici tradizionali, diventando prodotti essenziali sia per i consumatori che per le imprese. Oggigiorno sempre più contenuti audiovisivi sono disponibili su richiesta e la connettività Internet con la tecnologia 4G e 5 G sta conoscendo una crescita esponenziale. In risposta a tale fenomeno, l'Unione europea ha istituito un quadro normativo per le telecomunicazioni ...

Le tecnologie dell'informazione e della comunicazione (TIC) e i servizi di dati e di accesso a Internet si sono sostituiti ai servizi telefonici tradizionali, diventando prodotti essenziali sia per i consumatori che per le imprese. Oggigiorno sempre più contenuti audiovisivi sono disponibili su richiesta e la connettività Internet con la tecnologia 4G e 5 G sta conoscendo una crescita esponenziale. In risposta a tale fenomeno, l'Unione europea ha istituito un quadro normativo per le telecomunicazioni che disciplina le telecomunicazioni fisse e senza fili, Internet e i servizi di radiodiffusione e trasmissione, attraverso una serie di norme che si applicano in tutti gli Stati membri.

Un'agenda digitale europea

01-02-2018

Dal 1995 le tecnologie dell'informazione e della comunicazione (TIC) rivestono un ruolo determinante per l'aumento della produttività e per la crescita nell'UE[1]. Negli ultimi tre decenni, la «convergenza» tecnologica ha reso meno netti i confini tra telecomunicazioni, radiodiffusione e tecnologia dell'informazione. Nel 2015 la Commissione ha lanciato il mercato unico digitale per presentare le principali proposte legislative, ad esempio in materia di sviluppo del commercio elettronico, diritto ...

Dal 1995 le tecnologie dell'informazione e della comunicazione (TIC) rivestono un ruolo determinante per l'aumento della produttività e per la crescita nell'UE[1]. Negli ultimi tre decenni, la «convergenza» tecnologica ha reso meno netti i confini tra telecomunicazioni, radiodiffusione e tecnologia dell'informazione. Nel 2015 la Commissione ha lanciato il mercato unico digitale per presentare le principali proposte legislative, ad esempio in materia di sviluppo del commercio elettronico, diritto d'autore, vita privata e comunicazioni elettroniche, armonizzazione dei diritti digitali, norme IVA armonizzate e sicurezza informatica.

Il mercato interno: principi generali

01-11-2017

Il mercato interno è un'area di prosperità e libertà che garantisce l'accesso a beni, servizi, occupazione e opportunità commerciali nonché alla diversità culturale. È necessario un impegno costante per garantire l'ulteriore approfondimento del mercato unico, che potrebbe produrre vantaggi significativi per i consumatori e le imprese dell'Unione. In particolare, il mercato interno digitale dischiude nuove opportunità per rilanciare l'economia (attraverso il commercio elettronico) riducendo nel contempo ...

Il mercato interno è un'area di prosperità e libertà che garantisce l'accesso a beni, servizi, occupazione e opportunità commerciali nonché alla diversità culturale. È necessario un impegno costante per garantire l'ulteriore approfondimento del mercato unico, che potrebbe produrre vantaggi significativi per i consumatori e le imprese dell'Unione. In particolare, il mercato interno digitale dischiude nuove opportunità per rilanciare l'economia (attraverso il commercio elettronico) riducendo nel contempo la burocrazia (attraverso la pubblica amministrazione elettronica e la digitalizzazione dei servizi pubblici). Studi recenti indicano che i principi della libera circolazione di beni e servizi e la legislazione in questo settore generano benefici dell'ordine di 985 miliardi di EUR l'anno.

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