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Künstliche Intelligenz

Künstliche Intelligenz

Künstliche Intelligenz ist Realität und ist mit Navigationssystemen, Spamfiltern, Wettervorhersagen – um nur einige Beispiele zu nennen – bereits in unser alltägliches Leben vorgedrungen.

Auf dem Gebiet des maschinellen Lernens, einem Teilbereich der künstlichen Intelligenz, sind erhebliche Fortschritte zu verzeichnen. Die Maschinen lernen mithilfe komplexer Algorithmen, die es ihnen ermöglichen, riesige Datensätze zu analysieren und auf Grundlage dieser Daten Prognosen zu treffen. Parallel zur fortlaufenden Verbesserung der Fähigkeiten dieser Maschinen werden immer größere Datenmengen gesammelt und Informationen über menschliches Verhalten ausgewertet – all das stellt Herausforderungen für den Schutz der Privatsphäre und personenbezogener Daten dar.

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07/11/2016
7
Nov
2016

Privacy in an age of hyperconnectivity

Keynote speech by Giovanni Buttarelli to the Privacy and Security Conference 2016, Rust am Neusiedler See, Austria

27/10/2016
27
Oct
2016

Newsletter Nr. 49

The October 2016 edition of the EDPS Newsletter covers recently adopted Opinions on Big Data and the EU border package, the EDPS Guidelines on Whistleblowing and many other EDPS activities.

19/10/2016
19
Oct
2016

Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Privacy and Data Protection

Background document for the 38th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners

18/10/2016
18
Oct
2016

Marrakesh

Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Privacy and Data Protection - 38th International Conference of Data Protection and PrivacyPDF icon
Resolution for the Adoption of an International Competency Framework on Privacy EducationPDF icon
International Competency Framework for school students on data protection and privacyPDF icon
Resolution on Developing New Metrics of Data Protection RegulationPDF icon
Resolution on Human Rights DefendersPDF icon
Resolution on International Enforcement CooperationPDF icon
02/05/2014
2
May
2014

Wiederherstellung des Vertrauens in die transatlantischen Beziehungen

Artikel von Peter Hustinx, veröffentlicht in TELOS, Revista de Pensamiento sobre Comunicación, Tecnologia y Sociedad, Februar-Mai 2014

13/02/2007
13
Feb
2007

Use of office telephones - European Central Bank

Opinion of 13 February 2007 on a notification for prior checking on Investigation procedures regarding the use of office telephones (Case 2004-271)

The rules of the ECB as concerns the use of the telephone and fax equipment are provided for in an administrative circular. Members of staff are entitled to make personal calls but these must be declared for billing according to a system of call charging facility by introducing a PIN code. The circular establishes a procedure for investigation procedures on the use of office phones (Call Charging Facility Investigation Procedures) which can be triggered either when there is a disagreement with the content of itemised private call listing or disagreement with content of business calls statistics.If, having assessed the situation, there are grounds to suspect misconduct on the part of a member(s) of staff, further disciplinary measures can be taken, but these were not the object of the present prior check.
 

The EDPS has issued an opinion on this procedure which concludes that on a general basis the procedure complies with the principles established in the data protection regulation. However the EDPS did make some recommendations mainly as concerns the conservation periods for storing the data and information on the processing of personal data to be included in the administrative circular. The circular is currently in the process of modification and will reflect these recommendations accordingly.