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2020.02.20

EUのデジタル戦略! データと人工知能の戦略を提示

こんにちは丸山です。EUがデジタル戦略を発表していますね。

 

EU

・2020.02.19 Shaping Europe's digital future: Commission presents strategies for data and Artificial Intelligence
 欧州のデジタルの未来を形作る 欧州委員会、データと人工知能の戦略を提示

・2020.02.19 A Europe Fit for the Digital Age - Empowering people with a new generation of technologies

 コミュニケーション。ヨーロッパのデジタルの未来を形作る

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1. INTRODUCTION

2. OUR VISION AND GOALS

  • TECHNOLOGY THAT WORKS FOR PEOPLE
  • A FAIR AND COMPETITIVE ECONOMY
  • AN OPEN, DEMOCRATIC AND SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY

3. THE INTERNATIONAL DIMENSION – EUROPE AS A GLOBAL PLAYER

4. CONCLUSION


・2020.02.19 White Paper on Artificial Intelligence: a European approach to excellence and trust
 
人工知能白書:卓越性と信頼へのヨーロッパのアプローチ

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1. INTRODUCTION

2. CAPITALISING ON STRENGTHS IN INDUSTRIAL AND PROFESSIONAL MARKETS

3. SEIZING THE OPPORTUNITIES AHEAD: THE NEXT DATA WAVE

4. AN ECOSYSTEM OF EXCELLENCE

A. WORKING WITH MEMBER STATES
B. FOCUSING THE EFFORTS OF THE RESEARCH AND INNOVATION COMMUNITY
C. SKILLS
D. FOCUS ON SMES
E. PARTNERSHIP WITH THE PRIVATE SECTOR
F. PROMOTING THE ADOPTION OF AI BY THE PUBLIC SECTOR
G. SECURING ACCESS TO DATA AND COMPUTING INFRASTRUCTURES
H. INTERNATIONAL ASPECTS

5. AN ECOSYSTEM OF TRUST: REGULATORY FRAMEWORK FOR AI

A. PROBLEM DEFINITION
B. POSSIBLE ADJUSTMENTS TO EXISTING EU LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK RELATING TO AI
C. SCOPE OF A FUTURE EU REGULATORY FRAMEWORK
D. TYPES OF REQUIREMENTS

 a) Training data
 b) Keeping of records and data
 c) Information provision
 d) Robustness and accuracy
 e) Human oversight
 f) Specific requirements for remote biometric identification

E. ADDRESSEES
F. COMPLIANCE AND ENFORCEMENT
G. VOLUNTARY LABELLING FOR NO-HIGH RISK AI APPLICATIONS
H. GOVERNANCE

6. CONCLUSION


・2020.02.19 Communication: A European strategy for data
欧州データ戦略

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1. Introduction

2. What is at stake?

 Growing data volumes and technological change
 The importance of data for the economy and society
 The EU has everything to play for in the data economy of the future
 What has been done so far?

3. The vision

4. The problems

 Availability of data:
 Imbalances in market power:
 Data interoperability and quality:
 Data governance:
 Data infrastructures and technologies:
 Empowering individuals to exercise their rights:
 Skills and data literacy:
 Cybersecurity:

5. The strategy

A. A cross-sectoral governance framework for data access and use

B. Enablers: Investments in data and strengthening Europe’s capabilities and infrastructures for hosting, processing and using data, interoperability 

 High Impact Project: developing common European data spaces and interconnecting cloud infrastructures
 Enabling access to competitive, secure and fair European cloud services
 Support progress on data technologies

C. Competences: Empowering individuals, investing in skills and in SMEs

 Empowering individuals with respect to their data
 Investments in skills and general data literacy
 Dedicated capacity building for SMEs

D. Common European data spaces in strategic sectors and domains of public interest

6. An open, but proactive international approach

7. Conclusion


・2020.02.19 Commission Report on safety and liability implications of AI, the Internet of Things and Robotics
AI、IoT、ロボティクスの安全性と責任の含意に関する委員会報告書

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1. Introduction

1.1.    The existing safety and liability framework
1.2.    Characteristics of AI, IoT and robotics technologies
1.3.    Opportunities created by AI, IoT and robotics

2. Safety

3. Liability

4. Conclusion


 

cnet

2020.02.19 Europe bids for global digital leadership as pressure mounts from US and China

The EU's new digital strategy outlines its plans to lead in AI, boost data-driven companies and establish its sovereignty in a brave new digital world.

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