A respected expert on the "triangle of law, technology and democracy" and as such a prominent advisor to the EU, Paul Nemitz shares his views on how artificial intelligence could affect democracies and why and how it should be regulated, including at the European level.
Panodyssey, the European social network dedicated to writing, wants to develop an alternative to today’s stressful digital environment.. Voxeurop met with its founder, Alexandre Leforestier.
Europe wants to be a leader in tech revolutions like AI. Yet this ambition contrasts sharply with the EU’s desire to protect the right to privacy - because AI needs lots of data. A new European ruling promises to make the objectives compatible, but does not resolve the conundrum.
A Voxeurop Live video talk with journalists Andreas Vou (Big Techtopia) and Alexander Fanta (Netzpolitik).
While action is being taken to increase transparency, the biggest digital advertisers still rely on intrusive practices to influence user behaviour. European data protection regulation may mitigate the issue, but so far enforcement is limited.