This briefing aims to provide EMPL Committee Members (and other readers) with an insight into how recent technical innovation and its pace affect the mental well-being of workers. It summarises the findings of the relevant literature and identifies areas requiring further research or data collection.
MEPs want a strong set of rights to protect consumers in the context of artificial intelligence and automated decision-making.
The Belgian municipality of Olne is the perfect destination for hikers and visitors looking for a peaceful stroll in the Ardennes. The WiFi4EU team spoke with Mayor Cédric Halin to know more about the municipality’s digital policies, aimed at delivering improved e-services for citizens and tourists of all ages.
Leading representatives of Europe’s technology industries are meeting in innovation capital Stockholm for an unforgettable event combining insightful debate, tech exploration and new connections – all centring on how technological progress can shape a future that’s good for Europe.
The European Commission is putting together Guidelines for Building Sustainable Open Source Software (OSS) Communities in the Public Sector. The guidelines will serve as a practical tool suitable for OSS communities and enthusiasts who would like to create and maintain sustainable and healthy communities.
Every year, the International Data Protection Day is celebrated on 28 January to raise awareness on the rights available to all individuals in relation to personal data protection. In the EU context, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) added new rights and reinforced existing ones to allow individuals to exercise more control over their personal information. Semantic interoperability can facilitate enforcement of some of these rights, for example the right to access your data.