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020 _a978-92-76-20802-0 (PDF)
022 _a1831-9424 (online)
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_a10.2760/166278
040 _aES-MaONT
110 _aComisión Europea
_bCentro Común de Investigación
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245 1 0 _aArtificial intelligence and digital transformation
_b: early lessons from the COVID-19 crisis
_c/ Join Research Centre ; [editor], H. Junklewitz ... [et al.]
260 _aLuxembourg
_b: Publications Office of the European Union,
_c2020
300 _a59 p. :
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337 _aelectrónico
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338 _arecurso en línea
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490 _aJRC Science for Policy Report
504 _aBibliografía: p. 45-54
520 _aThis report considers these recent developments and identifies some early lessons with respect to the present and future development of AI and digital transformation in Europe, focusing in particular on data, as this is an area of significant shifts in attitudes and policy. The report analyses the increasing use of AI in medicine and healthcare, the tensions in data sharing between individual rights and collective wellbeing, the search for technological solutions like contact tracing apps to help monitor the spread of the virus, and the potential concerns they raise.
540 _aExcept otherwise noted, the reuse of this document is authorised under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) licence
_bEuropean Union
650 0 _94348
_aInteligencia Artificial
650 7 _aSanidad digital
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653 _aCOVID-19
653 _atransformación digital
653 _asalud pública
653 _atelemedicina
653 _adata sharing
700 _aJunklewitz, Henrik
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710 2 _aComisión Europea
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830 _aJRC Science for Policy Report
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