The European Commission received 21 position papers either as a complement to questionnaire answers (3) or as a stand-alone contribution (18). This brings the overall number of contributions to the Building a European Data Economy public consultation to 398
Robots and IoT systems which are equipped with artificial intelligence are becoming more and more present in our everyday life. But what if such systems behave in an unforeseen way and cause damages or injuries? The workshop assesses questions regarding the liability for damages caused by autonomous systems and advanced robots and IoT systems.
In this Digital Single Market (DSM) Cloud Stakeholder Meeting, the Commission wants to welcome each and every stakeholder active in the European Union with the purpose of interacting with the broadest possible collection of stakeholders.
This workshop responds to the mid-term review of the Digital Single Market strategy which calls for the need to further explore the issue of public bodies' access to privately held data which are of public interest.
With this workshop, the Commission intended to discuss the current state of data-sharing in B2B contexts with a specific focus on the potential of technical solutions such as Application Programming Interfaces, data market places and industrial data platforms. Also, it discussed the potential of default contract rules and recommended standard contract clauses.