Shaping the Ethical Dimensions of Smart Information Systems
a European Perspective
What are the ethical and human rights implications of Smart Information Systems?
SHERPA is an EU-funded project which analyses how AI and big data analytics impact ethics and human rights. In dialogue with stakeholders, the project is developing novel ways to understand and address these challenges to find desirable and sustainable solutions that can benefit both innovators and society.
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On 5 March 2020, the SHERPA Project hosted it’s second advocacy private lunch. The lunch was organised by the European Business Summits at the Egmont
On February 25, 2020, 60 students at the Practical University of Rotterdam (HRO) started an 8-week long ‘design challenge’ in which they will create interactive
New technology benefits individuals & society. It also challenges our notions of what is ethical. Three H2020 projects join forces will improve ethical, human rights & legal frameworks: SHERPA, PANELFIT and SIENNA. We look at the ethical, legal and human rights questions that information & communication technologies, big data, artificial intelligence and smart information systems raises, for example in relation to data commercialization, cybersecurity and consent.