The impact of disinformation and strategic political propaganda disseminated through online social media sites seriously threatens European democratic societies. This infoclip illustrates persons consulting videos and news of third country press agencies and media, servers, internet rooters and networks, people using social network applications on smartphones and computers.
The infoclip is showing different smart home appliances in the showroom of Living Tomorrow Headquarter, Vilvoorde, Belgium.
This infoclip illustrates examples of the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in everyday life: home assistants, connected home, e-commerce, social networks, predictive search on internet, navigation app., city bike rentals, video filters, image recognition system, augmented reality... (shootings took place in Strasbourg region - France, October 2020)
Deirdre CLUNE (EPP, IE), rapporteur, Axel VOSS (EPP, DE) and Ibán GARCÍA DEL BLANCO (S&D, ES) make a statement after the vote on shaping the digital future of Europe (removing barriers to the functioning of the digital single market and improving the use of AI for European consumers) in EP Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection (IMCO).
Adrián VÁZQUEZ LÁZARA (Renew, ES), Chair of EP Committee on Legal Affairs (JURI) made a statement after the vote on the challenges of sport events’ organisers in the digital environment,
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