Key Findings & Take-Aways of the 4th CSPF meeting

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Key Findings & Take-Aways of the 4th CSPF meeting Artificial Intelligence (AI)

➢ Conceptually: the need to make transparency and citizen involvement compatible with the “black box” problem ➢ Legislatively: At the European-level, the legal framework needs to understand citizens not only as end-users but deployers

➢ Geo-strategically: Europe needs to develop its own industry, not only think in terms of integrating and regulating technology (“referees don’t win matches”) Cybersecurity ➢ Risk of hacking increases with concentration of servers: digital transformation in the PS will likely increase cyber-crime, due to more entry opportunities ➢ Need to be “secure by design”, from the beginning instead of (only) responses ➢ Potential to build own software to make it secure, but a municipality cannot do this on its own 1

Key Findings & Take-Aways of the 4th CSPF meeting

Predictive Data Challenges ➢ Legal framework as regards new technology (AI, drones, etc.) has to catch up, must guarantee: ➢ Privacy (example: make sure drones only store strictly pertinent information)

➢ Citizen right to manage his/her own data (data storage and, again, data accessibility)

➢ At present, public data is not always, in practice, open data ➢ Citizen access to own data must be improved

➢ Local governments can meet their own needs while also developing transferable services ➢ Conforming to standardized models (EIF4SCC, MIMs, CEF/EC building blocks, etc) ➢ Thereby representing added-value to the European-level



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