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Artificial Intelligence ante portas: Legal & ethical reflections

14-03-2019

This briefing provides accessible introductions to some of the major legal, regulatory and ethical debates surrounding the deployment and use of AI systems. It focuses on the challenges that the sui generis features of AI may pose on the current legal framework and argues that as AI systems become more autonomous, a doctrinal paradigm swift may be needed. Given the foreseeable pervasiveness of AI, the briefing poses the question about how this new technology should be defined and classified in legal ...

This briefing provides accessible introductions to some of the major legal, regulatory and ethical debates surrounding the deployment and use of AI systems. It focuses on the challenges that the sui generis features of AI may pose on the current legal framework and argues that as AI systems become more autonomous, a doctrinal paradigm swift may be needed. Given the foreseeable pervasiveness of AI, the briefing poses the question about how this new technology should be defined and classified in legal and ethical terms. By providing an analysis of the key legal initiatives in this field in Europe, the briefing aims to equip the reader with the understanding they need to engage in clear-headed reflection about AI’s legal and socio-ethical challenges, and meaningful debates about how the current EU acquis may need to be adjusted to the new technological realities.

The Exception for Text and Data Mining (TDM) in the Proposed Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market - Legal Aspects

15-02-2018

This in-depth analysis, commissioned by the European Parliament’s Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs at the request of the Committee on Legal Affairs (JURI-Committee), is a contribution to the workshop on "Text and data mining" held on 22 February 2018 in Brussels. It provides an analysis of the Commission’s Proposal (which introduces in Article 3 a mandatory exception to copyright allowing to carry out text and data mining of protected works), assesses its positive ...

This in-depth analysis, commissioned by the European Parliament’s Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs at the request of the Committee on Legal Affairs (JURI-Committee), is a contribution to the workshop on "Text and data mining" held on 22 February 2018 in Brussels. It provides an analysis of the Commission’s Proposal (which introduces in Article 3 a mandatory exception to copyright allowing to carry out text and data mining of protected works), assesses its positive and negative impacts and provides some suggestions for possible improvements. Advantages of introducing an “open clause” on top of an enumerated list of exceptions to address some of the related problems are also reviewed.

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Christophe GEIGER, Giancarlo FROSIO and Oleksandr BULAYENKO

New model of governance and accountability of data protection by Union institutions and bodies

27-10-2017

In the framework of its consideration of the Commission’s proposal on the processing of personal data by Union institutions and bodies, the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs requested an impact assessment of three specific aspects of that proposal. These aspects concerned: (1) the impact of the new model of governance and accountability of data protection on Union institutions and bodies; (2) the implication of this new model in terms of budget and human ...

In the framework of its consideration of the Commission’s proposal on the processing of personal data by Union institutions and bodies, the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs requested an impact assessment of three specific aspects of that proposal. These aspects concerned: (1) the impact of the new model of governance and accountability of data protection on Union institutions and bodies; (2) the implication of this new model in terms of budget and human resources; and (3) the risks generated by the decentralised model in terms of consistency and uniform application of the Regulation within Union institutions and bodies performing several processing activities by different controllers. The study considers the short term implications of the new governance model with regard to increased workload (for both data controllers and data protection officers) and additional investments in terms of budget and human resources. It concludes that it will only be once the 'initial period of application' has been completed that it will be possible to reasonably assess the final impact of the new model of governance and accountability on Union institutions and bodies. As for decentralisation, it considers that the proposal appears to contain adequate safeguards to offset the risks in terms of consistency and uniform application of the Regulation.

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This study has been written by Fabrice Naftalski and Louise Fauvel of Ernst & Young Société d’Avocats and Marie Brunagel and Véronique Menez of EY Advisory, at the request of the Ex-Ante Impact Assessment Unit of the Directorate for Impact Assessment and European Added Value, within the Directorate-General for Parliamentary Research Services (DG EPRS) of the European Parliament.

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