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Trustworthy artificial intelligence – is new EU regulation coming for AI?

On Feb 14, 2020
@PilatSTI shared
RT @BarryOSullivan: My op-ed for @siliconrepublic: "Trustworthy artificial intelligence – is new EU regulation coming for AI?" #TrustworthyAI #AI #ArtificialIntelligence @insight_centre @scienceirel @UCCCS @UCC https://t.co/ti5a2dropO
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Barry O’Sullivan writes about the EU’s plans for regulations around trustworthy AI – and what opportunities it could hold for Ireland.

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On Feb 14, 2020
@PilatSTI shared
RT @BarryOSullivan: My op-ed for @siliconrepublic: "Trustworthy artificial intelligence – is new EU regulation coming for AI?" #TrustworthyAI #AI #ArtificialIntelligence @insight_centre @scienceirel @UCCCS @UCC https://t.co/ti5a2dropO
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Trustworthy artificial intelligence – is new EU regulation coming for AI?

Barry O’Sullivan writes about the EU’s plans for regulations around trustworthy AI – and what opportunities it could hold for Ireland.


On Feb 19, 2020
@ScienceInsider shared
The commission will draft new laws—including a ban on “black box” AI systems that humans can’t interpret—to govern high-risk uses of the technology, such as in medical devices and self-driving cars. https://t.co/Lel5gchLNh
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Europe plans to strictly regulate high-risk AI technology

European Commission’s artificial intelligence plan also promises to pump billions into R&D

On Feb 20, 2020
@PilatSTI shared
RT @thefuturesoc: 🌍📚Interested in how #AI technologies can help achieve the #UN #SDGs?  Our paper is “fresh off the print” in @DelphiJournal special issue on #AIGovernance  Co-authored by @n_miailhe @CyrusHodes @arohijn1 @IliadisNiki @SachaAlanoca & Josephine Png ➡️https://t.co/fs5FZacr4r https://t.co/FFWgYtfj9x
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Delphi 4/2019 (Jg. 2)

(w ww .tc pd f.o rg) Delphi 4|2019 IContents Contents Editorial 155 Eva Thelisson Foreword Power in Times of Artificial Intelligence 158 Paul Nemitz Articles The Right to an Explanation 161 ...

On Feb 13, 2020
@EP_Technology shared
RT @EP_ThinkTank: Artificial intelligence made in Europe 🇪🇺 https://t.co/LxiwHQ980p #AI @EP_ScienceTech @EvaKaili @vestager @EU_Competition @pitres @profAndreaRenda
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Artificial intelligence made in Europe

Positive, reliable and human-centric artificial intelligence (AI) relies on the willingness of Europe as a whole to design a balanced and inclusive governance framework that would allow it ...

On Feb 19, 2020
@EPFL_Park shared
RT @SquareOneCH: #FuelFraud in the hydrocarbons supply chain costs governments around the world billions of dollars per year, diverting much needed tax revenue away from government coffers, funding criminal activities instead of positive government initiatives. https://t.co/T6kO2BUknW #oilandgas
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Establishing trust in the fuel supply chain

By Heath Taylor Governments Solution Manager Fuel Marking – SICPA   Fuel fraud in the hydrocarbons supply chain costs governments around the world, billions of dollars per year, diverting ...

On Feb 13, 2020
@medialab shared
RT @hackernoon: 🆕HACKER NOON TOP STORY >>Cryptography-Based Voting and The US Election: Science Fiction & Stories From Potential Futures, by Alex Berke @medialab. ️https://t.co/TF0Ydd1CDB https://t.co/0msTEYuXDa #StoryOfTheDay https://t.co/MyDXKGbDEs
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Cryptography-Based Voting and The US Election: Science Fiction & Stories From Potential Futures

These stories are from a two-part project. While this part is science fiction, the other part is about reality. Both parts are about mobile, blockchain, and cryptographically secure voting ...

On Feb 14, 2020
@GreaterZurich shared
RT @investCH: The @_CV_VC_ Top 50 Report visualizes the #blockchain ecosystem in the Crypto Valley Switzerland & Lichtenstein. The number of firms has risen to 842 and employment has reached 4,400 ⛓️ 👉https://t.co/MmrWIYRlAD https://t.co/O2GBVcSAA2
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2019

Summary Introduction Crypto Valley Top 50 Companies Sector Review • 01 Blockchain Technology • 02 Blockchain Financial Industry • 03 Blockchain Other Industries Crypto Valley Top 50 ...

On Feb 21, 2020
@esa shared
Satellite data are critical for a large and growing number of services on which we - and our economies - depend. But they are at risk of attack. To keep space data safe, we've explored how to address future security challenges and opportunities 👉 https://t.co/0paeSIr3gz https://t.co/eW0iHmsBU3
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Defending space data against the dark side

We become more reliant on satellites every year, with their data critical to a large and growing range of services on which we – and our economies – depend. These services range from ...

On Feb 15, 2020
@Innovaud shared
RT @adeyasecure: The average cost of a data breach is expected to exceed $150 million this year 🌐 with more business entities facing a higher risk of data breaches than ever before. Learn more about the soar in number of data breaches, here: https://t.co/Lvnb7D7NS9 #cybersecurity #data https://t.co/N7PLYtJI9y
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The CLOUD Act & Swiss Neutrality. Switzerland Protects Your Data

The CLOUD Act & the growing anti-privacy trend where governments demand backdoors, & data they don't own. Switzerland is the solution, read more here.

On Feb 19, 2020
@ecb shared
Working paper: Trust in the central bank and inflation expectation https://t.co/ugqCrLRE9y
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Trust in the central bank and inflation expectation

JEL Classifications: D12, D81, E03, E40, E58 Keywords: Consumer expectations, inflation uncertainty, anchoring, trust in the ECB ECB Working Paper Series No 2375 / February 2020 2 ...

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On Feb 15, 2020
@WIRED shared
Your connected vibrator is a security risk. https://t.co/65s0vQVjbr
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The Next Security Risk May Be Your Vibrator

Opinion: The internet of things has permitted the hacking of whole new categories of products -- including sex toys.

On Feb 18, 2020
@EPFL_Park shared
RT @SquareOneCH: The recent #coronavirus #pandemic has made health authorities and citizens aware of the need to put in place comprehensive surveillance systems. Will patients data be shared securely + in full respect of their #privacy, with the right level of #anonymity? https://t.co/eheqD4zrY0
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Trust in Digital Health

By Franck Chartier-Dumas Global Pharma Business Development – SICPA   The ever increasing volumes of people and products moving around the world significantly increases the risk of major ...

On Feb 20, 2020
@MIT shared
Tiny, battery-free ID chip can authenticate nearly any product to help combat losses to counterfeiting. https://t.co/26EbktJCoM https://t.co/3nPGAPzl1W
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Cryptographic “tag of everything” could protect the supply chain

Tiny, battery-free ID chip can authenticate nearly any product to help combat losses to counterfeiting.

On Feb 12, 2020
@EP_Technology shared
#EPlenary 📌 Today MEPs will vote on measures to better protect consumers from the challenges of #ArtificialIntelligence #AI and automated decision-making. Here is the Parliament’s position 📑 https://t.co/qMOt3atoGG
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Artificial intelligence: tackling the risks for consumers

Artificial intelligence and automated decision making processes can pose certain threats to consumers. Find out how the European Parliament wants to protect them.

On Feb 13, 2020
@medialab shared
RT @hackernoon: 🆕HACKER NOON TOP STORY >>Cryptography-Based Voting and The US Election: Science Fiction & Stories From Potential Futures, by Alex Berke @medialab. ️https://t.co/TF0Ydd1CDB https://t.co/0msTEYuXDa #StoryOfTheDay https://t.co/MyDXKGbDEs
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Cryptography-Based Voting and The US Elections: The Reality

This is a two-part project. This part is about reality. The other part is science fiction. Both are about mobile, blockchain, and cryptographically secure voting systems in the context of ...

On Feb 10, 2020
@ENERGY shared
“The dollars we have put into quantum information science have increased by about fivefold over the last three years.” - @ScienceUnderSec https://t.co/DxxBHpDLPv
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White House Earmarks New Money for A.I. and Quantum Computing

The technologies are expected to become an important part of national security, and some worry the United States is behind China in their development.

On Feb 24, 2020
@EP_Technology shared
Find out about the opportunities and challenges that make regulating #ArtificialIntelligence in the EU necessary https://t.co/aQ0J4RUiG3 via @Europarl_EN
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Why is regulating artificial intelligence important in Europe?

Find out about the opportunities and challenges that make regulating artificial intelligence in the EU necessary.

On Feb 11, 2020
@safeinternetday shared
RT @internetsociety: Today is #SaferInternetDay 2020. One of the great ways you can stay safe online is with #encryption. Here are 9 ways you can protect encryption and help protect yourself every day #SID2020 #StandUpforEncryption https://t.co/TxRWqlK0Gu https://t.co/UTYIvV5A8x
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Protect Encryption, Protect Yourself

Use end-to-end encrypted messaging apps. Switch to using messaging apps that offer end-to-end encryption, e.g. Some devices or services will offer encryption, but not set it as the ...

On Feb 12, 2020
@MayaPlentz shared
RT @maria_axente: This week’s @lh3com #AIethics news✉️ FULL of goodies from @DorotheaBaur @RobMcCargow @madelainejley @NoelSharkey @baxterkb @RecklessCoding @j2bryson @timnitGebru @ginasue & more. Honestly @MiaD curates THE best one on the topic! Kudos Mia Subscribe here👉🏻 https://t.co/s7u0roxkmZ https://t.co/kpQiHre4Nj
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Privacy + Facial Recognition

​Those surveilled and targeted by facial recognition are very often unaware it is being used to surveil them and to shape decisions about their lives. “Despite its widespread adoption ...

On Feb 15, 2020
@WIRED shared
It takes a little effort, but it's now much easier to trace those robocallers and sue them for a pretty penny. https://t.co/ehbmxITRUD
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Security News This Week: The 'Robo Revenge' App Makes It Easy to Sue Robocallers

Mac malware, a Bitcoin mixer, and more of the week's top security news.

On Feb 12, 2020
@POLITICOEurope shared
RT @JanoschDelcker: Remember when Zuckerberg, summoned by lawmakers, brought up AI over 30 times as the silver bullet to Facebook's problems? His former mentor @Moonalice doesn’t buy into the argument — and said this belief in AI is part of the problem. More in #AIDecoded: https://t.co/NWqHk8uv61
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POLITICO AI: Decoded: RogerMcNamee talks AI and Zuckerberg — Progress on a killer robots ban? — Europe’s AI laws

How global thinking on AI is shaping the world, from Berlin, Brussels, London and beyond. POLITICO’s AI correspondent cuts through the noise, introduces you to the key decision-makers ...