European Tech Insights 2021

: mapping European attitudes towards technological change and its governance

Autor(es):
Jonsson, Oscar | Luca de Tena, Carlos
Center for the Governance of Change
Editor: [Madrid] : IE Center for the Governance of Change, 2021Descripción: 2 v. (22 ; 26 p.) : il., gráf. ; 1 documento PDFTipo de contenido: texto (visual)
Tipo de medio: electrónico
Tipo de soporte: recurso en línea
Tema(s): Innovación | Europa | cambio tecnológico | COVID-19 | empleo | gobernanza | salud | tecnología | Transformación digitalRecursos en línea: Acceso al documento (parte II)

Acceso al documento (parte I)
Contenidos:
Contiene: Part I: How the Pandemic Altered our Relationship with Technology -- Part II: Embracing and Governing Technological Disruption
Resumen: Annual survey, European Tech Insights, explores attitudes towards technological change with the aim of understanding how technology is transforming our lives and how it should be governed. This report is composed of two studies: Part I focuses on how the pandemic has altered our habits and perceptions with regards to healthcare, work, social networks and the urban space. Part II reveals how Europeans are embracing technologies (from AI to automation) and what are the implications for our democracies and societies. The survey reveales: 1)Not only are citizens changing their attitudes and becoming more willing to use new technologies; they are also supportive of democracy going digital 2)The growing support towards increased adoption of AI and new uses of technology 3) The young Europeans are more willing to make concessions in terms of privacy 4) a trend towards scepticism of Big Tech, with individuals supporting stronger regulation around it 5) concerns regarding automation and labor markets, but also a trend towards cooperation and the support of essential workers 6) The pandemic had a large impact on Europeans’ relationship with the city. Restrictions in mobility and the large shift to remote working are changing citizens’ expectations of urban spaces. There is now wider support among Europeans for greener, quieter cities
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Contiene: Part I: How the Pandemic Altered our Relationship with Technology -- Part II: Embracing and Governing Technological Disruption

Annual survey, European Tech Insights, explores attitudes towards technological change with the aim of understanding how technology is transforming our lives and how it should be governed. This report is composed of two studies: Part I focuses on how the pandemic has altered our habits and perceptions with regards to healthcare, work, social networks and the urban space. Part II reveals how Europeans are embracing technologies (from AI to automation) and what are the implications for our democracies and societies. The survey reveales: 1)Not only are citizens changing their attitudes and becoming more willing to use new technologies; they are also supportive of democracy going digital 2)The growing support towards increased adoption of AI and new uses of technology 3) The young Europeans are more willing to make concessions in terms of privacy 4) a trend towards scepticism of Big Tech, with individuals supporting stronger regulation around it 5) concerns regarding automation and labor markets, but also a trend towards cooperation and the support of essential workers 6) The pandemic had a large impact on Europeans’ relationship with the city. Restrictions in mobility and the large shift to remote working are changing citizens’ expectations of urban spaces. There is now wider support among Europeans for greener, quieter cities

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