SHERPA is an EU-funded project which analyses how AI and big data analytics impact ethics and human rights. ETAPAS and SHERPA have a lot in… Read More »In conversation with the SHERPA Project coordinator Bernd Stahl
There is a considerable body of literature on ethical and legal problems as well as the potential social effects of disruptive technologies; yet, most of… Read More »The social impacts of Disruptive Technologies in the Public Sector
Open consultation on the ETAPAS Code of Conduct for the adoption of Disruptive Technologies in Public Sector organisations
The document is the result of the analysis of the context, of the literature review and of the internal consultation with the members of the ETAPAS consortium (including public bodies, Digital Innovation Hubs (DIHs), universities and private companies). Feel free to consult it and please participate in the open consultation by answering the questionnaire, we look forward to your opinions!
Sven-Ove Hansson, professor of philosophy at the Karolinska Institutet and ETAPAS Scientific Director, is currently working on the ETAPAS Code of Conduct for the adoption of Disruptive Technologies in public administration and service provision. In order to give you some details on this crucial step for the project as well as for public sector organisations, we thought to publish a short interview with him. His answers will guide you to the heart of the matter, enjoy your reading!
Clarifying the European legal framework for respectful use of Disruptive technologies – the picture so far
When the public sector aims to introduce disruptive technologies (DTs), different legal requirements must be adhered to. To identify them, the ETAPAS project is conducting a legal framework analysis, taking into consideration existing case law and legal literature.