All the results of the consultation will feed into the forthcoming European Parliamentary Research Service ‘Cost of Non-Europe on Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Report’, and help the European Parliament to address the ethical, economic, legal, and social issues arising in the area of robotics and artificial intelligence for civil use.
A summary of the Committee’s exchange of views with the Commission is now available.
Heather Butler and Colin Whorlow, the UK representatives of ENISA’s Management Board, visited the Agency’s headquarters in Athens for a discussion with staff from the Core Operations Department (COD) on current activities and priorities.
Update: the voting sheet is now available.
The committee was consulted on the Draft Commission Implementing Decision on a standardisation request regarding web accessibility of the websites and mobile applications of public sector bodies from 13 – 31 March 2017.
Challenges of future work will be best tackled through strong social policies and education, says EESC.
Update: The agenda includes items related to environment, digital and transport policy.
ENISA releases the results of a survey on EU ICT Security Certification.