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"bias … present in AI could [affect and discriminate] many people without the social control mechanisms that govern human behaviour", yeah that's a nice thought. Ever read the comments, though?

Okok, so says the "AI ecosystem" will bring benefits such as "fewer breakdowns of household machinery". I am not even going to mock that but a washing machine is supposed to be very long-lived.
If it's "AI" powered, whatever that is, I need full access to that program source code so I can fix it in eight or what years when it breaks down and Siemens doesn't care anymore.

What is a , you ask? @EU_Commission@twitter.com imagines "Digital 'product passports' […providing] information on… origin, durability, composition, reuse, repair and dismantling, and end-of-life handling"

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"" are supposed to create market ecosystems for nine areas: Industry/Manufacturing, , Mobility, Health, Finance, Energy, Agriculture, public Administration. Facilitating pooling, access and use of data from these sectors.

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The @EU_Commission@twitter.com
wants to address of cloud computing ahead of a cloud framework, that is before Q2/2022. How does that relate to its flirt?
And should we need to rethink investments into "machine learning", which is essentially
⚡️ in CPU cycles to perform sophisticated probability calculus on mass data held in memory using more ⚡️. (Not science.)

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The IPR framework is to be evaluated, including a possible revision (annulment please) of the , and clarification of (see fails in relation to trade secrets).

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A possible in 2021 "could" explore contractual regulation on b2b data sharing, "addressing issues related to usage rights for co-generated data" (IoT), and clarify . If "circumstances dictate", even make access compulsory. (p. 13)

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: available across the EU for "free, in machine-readable format and through standardised APIs", see @vavoida@twitter.com's summary on the Directive revision here (in German) netzpolitik.org/2019/open-data

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Down to business: "legislative framework for the governance of common European data spaces" by the end of the year (governance, interoperability, ). Directive's from begin 2021.

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declassifies compared to the draft and no longer talks of the "many new business models" it will supposedly enable, but still believes in "dynamic data portability" and "compensation model" virtues, whoever sold that idea. (p. 11)

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Now for : 3rd country legislation like "raises legitimate concerns for European businesses, citizens and … authorities over legal uncertainty and compliance", the EU-US and Budapest agreements are supposed to mitigate concerns.

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Standard and "shared" (is that the new ?) formats and protocols enable interoperability and quality of data. We said so much in the Directive reform 2019.

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: the concentration of data with big players, their "data advantage" enables them to "unilaterally impose conditions for access and use", leading to an imbalance and "power advantage" when creating "new services". Same for data "co-generated … from industrial and consumer devices", that is your car creating data that only your manufacturer can use, but not your repair shop unless they buy a licence from your vendor.

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So there's no fully fledged for private entities, but an encouragement to share (: bad word, let's call it ). But, not a bad start for connecting a Europe with a massively decentralised industry in the field.

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Support the creation of , compliant with GDPR and competition law(!). Incentives to contribute: "increased access to data of other contributors, analytical results …, … predictive maintenance services, or licence fees" (p. 5)

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