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Dienstag, 14.07.2020
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Innovation-friendly policies are needed to boost the sharing economy and online platforms but unjustified geo-blocking must be stopped, say the internal market and industry committees in a resolution passed on Monday night.

They point out that developing e-government and e-skills could help the EU digital single market to generate €415 billion a year.

Weiterlesen: EU: MEP's Vote to Block Geo-Blocking

Melanoma is a kind of skin cancer that is increasing rapidly across the globe. In recent years, many regions in the world have witnessed a rise in the number of melanoma cases. The key to a good prognosis for melanoma is early stage diagnosis and detection through skin surveillance and screening. However, adherence to screening techniques is low among the global population. Thus, the detection of melanoma with the help of mobile applications has grown considerably in the recent past.

The proliferation of e-Health tools and various skin health mobile applications on smartphones has increased the emphasis on screening and early detection of melanoma. Recent market studies state that mobile applications can help in early diagnosis of the disease. The demand for europe and israel mobile applications for melanoma detection market has grown rapidly due to the rise in the incidence of melanoma and the resultant rise in mortality rate.

Weiterlesen: Europe to Experience High Demand for Mobile Applications for Melanoma Detection, Android and iOS...

Five-year effort will be geared to making digital transactions for public services the norm throughout Europe

The European Commission has begun to work on a five year e-government action plan for the EU as part of its Digital Single Market strategy.

Andrus AnsipAndrus Ansip (pictured), EU vice president in charge of the Digital Single Market, has outlined a set of principles which reflect several priorities of the UK government’s digital transformation programme - and emphasise the interoperability of member states’ services.

Weiterlesen: EU works on new e-government plan

The European Commission wants member states to adopt digital technologies and has started to work on a five-year e-goverment action plan to bring down barriers across the continent.

The 2016-2020 plan, part of the EU's Digital Single Market strategy, wants to make digital the "new normal" for governments within the commission's borders.

Weiterlesen: EU pushes for Digital Single Market, outlines e-government plans

Speech by Vice-President Ansip, in charge of the Digital Single Market, at the eGovernment conference “Simple, secure and transparent public services” in Luxembourg

Ladies and gentlemen,

The digital revolution around us reshapes how people go about their daily lives and business. The public sector cannot pretend it is not concerned by this.

If public administrations are to remain relevant, responsive and accountable to their citizens in the 21st century, they need to change – to transform – by making more and better use of ICT.

Weiterlesen: EU: Simple, secure and transparent online public services

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