SSE contributes to new EU strategy for data and AI
The European Commission today launched their new strategy for data and artificial intelligence (AI), aided by House of Innovation researcher Erik Wetter
Today, the European Commission launched a new strategy for data and artificial intelligence (AI). The strategy aims to promote growth and competitiveness, and also help stimulate European solutions to global challenges.
The new strategy places emphasis on rights and responsibilities and aims to ensure that privacy and personal integrity can be safeguarded both offline and online. This new EU approach specifically emphasises that harnessing emerging technologies has to happen in an ethical and sustainable manner now and in the future.
The Stockholm School of Economics has contributed to this new strategy through House of Innovation researcher, Erik Wetter, who has been part of a High-Level Expert Group focused on the challenges relating to Business-to-Government Data Sharing. This work represents a crucial area of development for AI methods, tools, and insights.
For more information:
- Op-ed by European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen published in Dagens Industri (Swedish)
- EU official press-release announcing the new strategy for Data & AI
- Statement by the Business-to-Government High-Level Expert Group
- Official Report from High-Level Expert Group: Towards a European strategy on business-to-government data sharing for the public interest: Final report prepared by the High-Level Expert Group on Business-to-Government Data Sharing