📖 Los estados de la Inteligencia Artificial

🇬🇧 The states of Artificial Intelligence

Privacy Policy

Name: Asociación Empresarial de Formación y Empleo (FORMAEMPLEO, AE), business association nonprofit according to its founding statutes. CIF: G-73386724. Address: Gran Vía 10, Caravaca de la Cruz, (30400), Murcia, Spain. Mail: formaempleoeu (arroba) gmail.com, (we place the arroba symbol in text and parentheses to avoid spam you should not do it and simply insert it as in any other email).

The website [ https://statesaiia.com/ ] or [https://statesaiia.wordpress.com/], hereinafter the site, is hosted on WordPress.com; a hosting platform for sites and blogs whose privacy policies, (which contain information regarding the cookies used and their purpose of use), can be found at the following links: http://automattic.com/privacy/ https://automattic.com/privacy-notice/ and https://en.support.wordpress.com/cookies/

Statement of intents

Our main objectives are: quality education, research and scientific / technical dissemination and of elements related to engineering, in particular with Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Specific support for researchers, experts and other professionals involved in areas related to education and science.
It is not a task, nor our thought: to seek lucrative purposes by the very nature (idiosyncrasy) of our association, not for profit, and by the ideological principles that motivate and induce us to produce and promote digital or printed content of scientific / technical topics .
The sustainability of activities, however, related to our objectives obliges us to seek and sometimes seek funding sources to be able to undertake and thus make this initiative viable; whose tendency (inertia) will always be ‘altruistic doing’. For sustainability, we will initially seek the support of government initiatives focused on technical areas, european projects for the same purpose, or grants from foundations or private entities that allocate some type of funds or support. That we look for it does not mean in any way that we currently have it or get it in a certain way in the future. That is a very complex task according to the reality that we live in people related to engineering, science or scientific work. Nothing new on the horizon.
Promote the use of all vernacular languages (native) ​​in technical scientific publications, in particular the official languages ​​of the EU and Spanish.
Promote publications of research articles and research or technical books that could be of special relevance for citizens and society as a whole. A society to which we understand that it is a joint task to involve in these areas that greatly affect their daily lives.
We maintain that education must be: freedom, no costs, open and available to everyone. For this reason all our works will be licensed under a Creative Commons license CC BY-NC-ND 4.0.
We also maintain that Open Science and open educational resources (OER) are a task that involves all of us, and that we will encourage in this type of publications. A good example of this is our open guide for publications publicly exposed here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Z0FvfOtqRm1KI67Utu5svyouudlAfa2LXrDFPAkRT1Q/edit?usp=sharing

Data file

In accordance with the provisions of current law, we inform all users of this site that they provide or will provide their personal data, that these will be incorporated into an automated file created by wordPress.com and guarded by the administrator to which you have access Automattic, as the owner of the WordPress.com blog platform.

What personal data we collect and why we collect them


  • The main purpose of data collection is the proper functioning of the site, that is, knowing who we are talking to in order to respond, moderate and keep you informed of new entries in case it is so desired. We want to interact with you and not simply be a ‘digital rag’ ​​that roams the Internet.
  • According to our ‘Statement of intents’ other additional possible purposes (such as grants, donations, etc.) would necessarily be done in order to contribute or help the sustainability of activities related to education, contribute to academic research tasks, and for better dissemination of content and knowledge in general. We will never directly contribute to the commercialization of personal data or to allow dark policies for their use. These are policies that we consider particularly delectable and that we will not encourage.
  • Within additional purposes, for imperative or imposition of performance standards wordpress.com (Automattic), you will probably see advertising on which we have no ability to manage ourselves and that is the sole responsibility of Automattic, as owner of the platform from blog’s WordPress.com. And whose advertising content we have to admit because the rules of the game impose it on us. Nobody gives anything for nothing in these times (that is probably a matter of necessity in the case of Automattic and ours, if necessary). It would be desirable if they were advertisements related to the academic world, at least. However, we defend the legitimacy and commitment of the wordpress.com and Automattic site with the dissemination of content such as ours, commendable work. Our criticisms (rather analysis) must always be understood as constructive to a working morphology (Open Source as well) that we necessarily have to say, simply, “thank you very much, WordPress.” And we are also proud to promote and use this platform so widely used worldwide, https://es.wordpress.org/. The engineering world tends to support and see it with very good eyes in general. And support for community Spanish is also notable.

Comments and contact forms

  • When visitors leave comments on the site, or access a form, the data is collected through the wordpress.com site shown in the forms as comments and in the contact form (or other futures). Also the visitor’s IP address and the browser user agent chain to help spam detection. This data usually comes to us in the form of text such as email through the outgoing email manager of wordpress.com (donotreply@wordpress.com) or similar. It is also a security measure against spammer or not very orthodox actions.
  • An anonymous string created from your email address (also called hash) can be provided to the Gravatar service to see if you are using it. The Gravatar service privacy policy is available here: https://automattic.com/privacy/. After the approval of your comment, your profile picture is visible to the public in the context of your comment.
  • The wordpress.com policies can be found on the Automattic policies website, at the url: (https://automattic.com/es/privacy/) that uses a license of the type (Creative Commons Share Alike); and that we also declare and sponsor for our site, licensed our ‘Privacy Policies’ for as much as (Creative Commons Share Alike) as well. Therefore you are authorized to use our policies, in accordance with this type of licensing.


If you upload images to the website, you should avoid uploading images with embedded location data (EXIF GPS) included. Website visitors (with perhaps spurious intentions) can download and extract location data from images. Pay attention because they can be sensitive or compromising data for your privacy or that of your environment. They are called ‘metadata‘.

How to erase metadata: To prevent more people than you want from accessing data in images, think before publishing or sharing if it's worth it. Therefore, inform yourself if the site where you want to include it deletes or not the metadata(Facebook,Twitter,WhatsApp or Instagram does it automatically)or else delete the metadata before sharing. We tell you how to do it: From a computer. Select the image saved on your computer and press the right mouse button. A menu will open. Select 'Properties'. And the "Details" tab. Click on the highlighted phrase "Remove Properties and Personal Information" and accept.From a mobile.If you have a smartphone, and you don't want to install a specific application to remove the metadata from the images, at least you can disable the 'location' from the camera settings to avoid sending the position from which the picture was taken. Since each phone manufacturer can modify the camera's configuration options menus,it is possible that your smartphone may not display exactly the same one listed in the options, although they will be similar.(Source,OCU).

Cookies used on the website

A cookie is a small text file that is stored in your browser when you visit almost any web page. Its usefulness is that the web is able to remember your visit when you return to browse that page. Cookies usually store technical information, personal preferences, content personalization, usage statistics, links to social networks, access to user accounts, etc. The purpose of the cookie is to adapt the content of the website to your profile and needs, without cookies the services offered by any page would be significantly reduced. It is a few words: the page will load more slowly and will not remember your data. (Never memorize passwords automatically on any web page, including our site. It is a practice that is not advisable, although very comfortable for you maybe: not do it).

[* C1] If you leave a comment on our site, may be you can choose to save your name, email address and website in cookies. These are for your convenience so you don’t have to fill in your details again when you leave another comment. These cookies will last one year. If you have an account and login to this site, a temporary cookie will be established to determine if your browser accepts cookies. This cookie does not contain personal data and is discarded when you close your browser. When you login, several cookies will also be set to save your login information and your screen display options. Login cookies persist for two days, and screen option cookies persist for a year. If you select ‘Remember me’ your login will persist for two weeks. If you logout of your account, the login cookies will be deleted. If you edit or publish an article an additional cookie will be saved in your browser. This cookie does not include personal data and simply indicates the publication id of the article you just edited. It expires after 1 day. (Data, the previous ones, exposed in the Automattic policies and that we extract for your information).

[* C1] The duration and installation of cookies will depend (also / or exclusively) on the cookies policy of the wordpress.com site and perhaps other third parties necessary for the service and whose scope we cannot manage or determine. Our intention is to advise and inform you that you should keep in mind the probable dependence of our site wordpress.com and / or third parties.
In the event that it was possible for us and we had access, we will provide you with a cookie validation bar (tool) so that you can accept it, inform yourself or reject it.In any case, in the absence of our cookie bar, wordpress.com (Automattic: https://automattic.com/cookies/) will provide it. In both cases (our cookie bar or wordpress.com) when one or the other appears, you are free to decide whether or not to accept cookies to facilitate user navigation. What conforms to current regulations and your personal rights (In the following figure you can see the bar that Automattic offers for the site).
Barra de cookies de Automattic

Embedded content from other websites

Some articles on this site may include embedded content (eg videos, images, articles, etc.). Embedded content from other websites behaves in exactly the same way as if the visitor (you) had visited the other website. These websites may collect your data, use cookies, embed additional third-party tracking and monitor your interaction with that embedded content, including tracking your interaction with the embedded content if you have an account and are logged in to that website. We also indicate you that any element embedded in our site does not imply in any case, unless expressly stated: our property, modification of its licensing conditions or agreements with the authors expressly.

Analytics and monitoring

With whom we share your data

Google Analytics (Not currently in effect)

With the intention of collecting the most useful and used information by our users, we can share data with Google Analytics whose main web address is https://analytics.google.com/analytics/web/provision/#/provision.
As Google specifies in its terms in ‘Terms and Services’
( https://marketingplatform.google.com/about/analytics/terms/us/) we must inform you of this. Google Analytics is essentially a tracking tool. And it tells us who visits the website, how the website is used, what is popular on the website and what is not and if visitors return to the website. By subscribing our website to Google Analytics, you agree to comply with these Terms and the Privacy Policy. You can access the Google Analytics Terms of Service at https://marketingplatform.google.com/about/analytics/terms/us/

WordPress.com (Automattic)

As we indicated at the beginning, our site is managed through the wordpress.com digital platform, so our entity also had, and has, to accept the policy of ‘Domain and privacy registrations’ contained in https://es.support. wordpress.com/dominios/registros-de-dominio-y-privacidad/. We also have to comply with the associated privacy policies of Automattic listed at https://automattic.com/privacy/ and other third parties that could manage or intervene with them jointly. Please keep in mind that we cannot miss these commitments or intervene directly in them.

Automattic indicates on its website (Privacy Policies) points that we consider relevant to expose you later for a better information of yours and that you have it in mind for any management or doubt that involves you with us to deliver data, in order to make inquiries, subscribe, etc. Mostly many of these points will affect us as direct users of the site, but in an improper way (as an indirect user) they can also affect you as well.

Pay special attention to the following points because some of the services (if existing on our site) will be exclusively subject to these explicit wordpress.com site policies at https://automattic.com/privacy/. (Automattic may change its ‘Privacy Policy’ from time to time. Automattic recommends that visitors check their page frequently to see any changes that may have been made to their ‘Privacy Policy’). You have a contact form at: https://automattic.com/contact/

Information We Collect

We only collect information about you if we have a reason to do so–for example, to provide our Services, to communicate with you, or to make our Services better. We collect information in three ways: if and when you provide information to us, automatically through operating our Services, and from outside sources. Let’s go over the information that we collect. Information You Provide to Us. It’s probably no surprise that we collect information that you provide to us. The amount and type of information depends on the context and how we use the information. Here are some examples: Basic Account Information: We ask for basic information from you in order to set up your account. For example, we require individuals who sign up for a WordPress.com account to provide an email address along with a username or name, depending on the service – and that’s it. You may provide us with more information – like your address and other information you want to share – but we don’t require that information to create a WordPress.com account. Public Profile Information: If you have an account with us, we collect the information that you provide for your public profile. For example, if you have a WordPress.com account, your username is part of that public profile, along with any other information you put into your public profile, such as a photo or an “About Me” description. Your public profile information is just that — public — so please keep that in mind when deciding what information you would like to include. Billing and Contact Information: If you buy something from us –a subscription to a WordPress.com plan, a premium theme, a custom domain, or some fun Longreads swag, for example – or pay fees to a site owner (for example via Recurring Payments or Simple Payments),  you will provide additional personal and payment information, such as your name, credit card information, and contact information. Happy Tools Information: If you are a Happy Tools user, you will provide us with information to make use of the Service’s features. For example, you might enter timezone and location information, company information, and contact information. Ecommerce Site Information: If you use our ecommerce Services to sell products or services to others through your site (including Stores on WordPress.com, the WooCommerce Services extension, or other purchases on WooCommerce.com), you will have to create a WordPress.com account or connect an existing account and, for some of our ecommerce Services, provide your site URL. You may also provide us with information about your financial account to set up a payments integration, such as the email address for your Stripe or PayPal account or your bank account information. Content Information: Depending on the Services you use, you may also provide us with information about you in draft and published content (such as for your website or your Crowdsignal survey). For example, if you write a blog post that includes biographic information about you, we will have that information, and so will anyone with access to the Internet if you choose to publish the post publicly. This might be obvious to you…but it’s not to everyone! Credentials: Depending on the Services you use, you may provide us with credentials for your website (like SSH, FTP, and SFTP username and password). For example, Jetpack and VaultPress users may provide us with these credentials in order to use our one-click restore feature if there is a problem with their site, or to allow us to troubleshoot problems on their site more quickly. Communications with Us (Hi There!): You may also provide us information when you respond to surveys, communicate with our Happiness Engineers about a support question, post a question about your site in our public forums, or sign up for a newsletter like the one we send through Longreads. When you communicate with us via form, email, phone, WordPress.com comment, or otherwise, we store a copy of our communications (including any call recordings as permitted by applicable law). Information We Collect Automatically. We also collect some information automatically: Log Information: Like most online service providers, we collect information that web browsers, mobile devices, and servers typically make available, such as the browser type, IP address, unique device identifiers, language preference, referring site, the date and time of access, operating system, and mobile network information. We collect log information when you use our Services–for example, when you create or make changes to your website on WordPress.com. Usage Information: We collect information about your usage of our Services. For example, we collect information about the actions that site administrators and users perform on a site using our WordPress.com or Jetpack services–in other words, who did what, when and to what thing on a site (e.g., [WordPress.com username] deleted “[title of post]” at [time/date]). As another example, our WooCommerce Usage Tracker tracks information like your email address, WooCommerce settings, PHP settings, and other features for your site, along with information about your online store, such as the aggregate number of orders and customers. We also collect information about what happens when you use our Services (e.g., page views, support document searches at en.support.wordpress.com, features enabled for your website, interactions with our Admin Bar and other parts of our Services) along with information about your device (e.g., screen size, name of cellular network, and mobile device manufacturer). We use this information to, for example, provide our Services to you, as well as get insights on how people use our Services, so we can make our Services better. Location Information: We may determine the approximate location of your device from your IP address. We collect and use this information to, for example, calculate how many people visit our Services from certain geographic regions. We may also collect information about your precise location via our mobile apps (when, for example, you post a photograph with location information) if you allow us to do so through your mobile device operating system’s permissions. Stored Information: We may access information stored on your mobile device via our mobile apps. We access this stored information through your device operating system’s permissions. For example, if you give us permission to access the photographs on your mobile device’s camera roll, our Services may access the photos stored on your device when you upload a really amazing photograph of the sunrise to your website. Interactions with Other Users’ Sites: We collect some information about your interactions with other users’ sites while you are logged in to your account with us, such as your “Likes” and the fact that you commented on a particular post, so that we can, for example, recommend posts we think may interest you. As another example, for Intense Debate users, we collect information about the comments you make while logged in to your account, and use that information to, for example, tally up statistics about your comments (check them out in your dashboard!) and provide the information about your comments in your Intense Debate public profile. Information from Cookies & Other Technologies: A cookie is a string of information that a website stores on a visitor’s computer, and that the visitor’s browser provides to the website each time the visitor returns. Pixel tags (also called web beacons) are small blocks of code placed on websites and emails. Automattic uses cookies and other technologies like pixel tags to help us identify and track visitors, usage, and access preferences for our Services, as well as track and understand email campaign effectiveness and to deliver targeted ads. For more information about our use of cookies and other technologies for tracking, including how you can control the use of cookies, please see our Cookie Policy. Information We Collect from Other Sources. We may also get information about you from other sources. For example, if you create or log into your WordPress.com account through another service (like Google) or if you connect your website or account to a social media service (like Twitter) through our Publicize feature, we will receive information from that service (such as your username, basic profile information, and friends list) via the authorization procedures used by that service. The information we receive depends on which services you authorize and any options that are available. We may also get information, such as a mailing address, from third party services about individuals who are not yet our users (…but we hope will be!), which we may use, for example, for marketing and advertising purposes like postcards and other mailers advertising our services.

Google Forms

Google Forms is a web application that is normally used to collect data in opinion polls, queries, file submission for the purpose of publishing or reviewing certain items, etc. In certain forms, for example the one to send articles here, (or texts in general), you will be asked for personal data that usually are: name, email and maybe some identifier related to the publishing activity (ORCID or other). This request can be accompanied by a small survey or interview to take into account personal aspects that could be of interest and, in addition, would be applicable to the fact of ‘publish’. PURPOSE: collect articles to publish and some suggestions of yours to better fit your profile as a writer on our site. It is therefore a transfer to third parties, Google Form, whose policies you can find here: https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en. Forms with this typology (morphology) allow us to know through them (usually a linked Excel sheet) all your answers and the personal data mentioned. You should keep in mind then that interacting with these forms means accepting Google Form policies as an external agent and, at the same time, accepting ours. You can request that the data we receive through these forms can be sent to you or directly deleted. To do this you must request it on our contact form or at the address listed in the header.

*When you are ready to fill out a form of ours in Google Form, at the bottom of it, you can view the guidelines in terms of Terms of Service and Privacy Policy that Google shows to users.You must keep in mind that by using the forms you agree to accept the terms of service and to assume Google's privacy policies. You do not need to have the GPS or Bluetooth function activated on your mobile to use these forms that we offer. And our recommendation is that you only activate these functions of your mobile phone only when you consider that they are necessary exclusively for you. To contact Google about any privacy policy, Google states: "If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, you can contact us."

How long we keep your data

[* C2] If you leave a comment, the comment and its metadata are retained indefinitely. This is so that any follow-up comment can be recognized and approved automatically instead of keeping them in a moderation queue. For users who register on our website (if applicable), we also store the personal information they provide in their user profile. All users can view, edit or delete their personal information at any time (except they cannot change their username). Website administrators can also (can) view and edit that information. You will not need anyone’s permission to permanently delete your account.

[* C2] The duration and type of storage will depend (also / or exclusively) on the policy of the wordpress.com site and perhaps on other third parties necessary for the service and whose scope we cannot manage or determine. Our intention is to advise you and indicate the criteria of our entity and also inform you that you should keep in mind the probable dependence of our site wordpress.com and / or third parties.

What rights do you have over your data

Please keep this in mind before asking us for an exported file with your personal data. If you have an account on our site, you have used any of our forms, you have left comments or others, you can request to receive an exported file of the personal data we have about you. You can also request that we delete any personal information we have about you. This does not include any data that we are required to keep for administrative, legal or security purposes. However, in order to comply with this statement, it may be necessary for our entity to redirect your request or your query to the Automattic wordpress.com site for effective compliance because we do not have access to this data beyond that allows us to properly manage the site, its terms and services and its privacy policies. For this we also indicate, for your personal information and personal safety, the form that Automattic tells us about how to contact, and if you have questions about your Privacy Policy or want to contact them to talk about any of the aforementioned rights, use Email: privacypolicyupdates@automattic.com

Where we send your data

Visitor comments can be verified through an automated spam detection service (usually Akismet). This policy is within the attributions of (Automattic) wordpress.com initially.

Additional Information

How we protect your data and what data breach procedures we have implemented

All persons who have access to our records (related to user or customer data) due to labor or collaboration issues, maintain a commitment to confidentiality regarding his promese. The data that comes to us indirectly, that is, files of services provided by us through Automattic (wordpress.com) such as communications by email of any kind based on forms or others; and (maybe) proofs or economic receipts are for our exclusive administrative use or we keep them and handle them by legal imperative. These records will never be used for purposes other than the nature of the management and communication for which they were created, nor will they be exposed to third parties so that they can be marketed for other purposes. We expressly and tacitly disapprove of such behaviors as business policy. We do not find it feasible to apply particular preventive policies to prevent abuse or illegal activities on our site that would result in unauthorized intrusions in hosting or servers that contain or maintain data, hacking or other techniques for criminal or obscure purposes because the assurance of backups, web antivirus, log audits, availability assurance and communication of immediate events will be under the exclusive supervision of Autommattic and beyond our reach. However, you can always use our contact form to ask us any questions you deem appropriate about security breaches in the wordpress.com platform that could affect your security and privacy, and we will try to work together to ensure adequate compliance with the current legislation among all. Our performance and the information we have will always be at your disposal. Our technical team will always watch preventively (but inevitably ex-post) the facts through site monitoring and audits using tools such as, for example, web scan (SiteCheck). Available at: https://sitecheck.sucuri.net/ . In the following figure we show you an example of securing the site https://statesaiia.wordpress.com. PROCEDURES: to find a security breach in these routine checks that we carry out, we will immediately notify our users and we will contact Automattic (WordPress.com) informing them of the anomaly detected and requesting an intervention as urgent as possible, depending on the Introsusion level detected and the severity of the problem. The anomaly detected to prevent our users will also be reported publicly on our website.

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What automated decisions we make with user data

To comply with the GDPR law and other applicable regulations, if the security of the data stored on the website is ever compromised, we will notify users in a timely manner within 72 hours after the first notification of that violation of security.

Regulatory industry disclosure requirements

For the purposes of relations with third parties, or even after government parties, we have declared within our knowledge and possibilities the policies and procedures that are the basis for our ‘Policy and Privacy’. Currently we do not have any impediment that would block us from performing the described, nor imperative legal relationship with other entities (except government requests that must be met by legal imperative) that may need to have the records we handle. If you detect any anomaly or correction that we should make, please contact us at the contact details in the head of these policies. Your collaboration, citizen collaboration and personal commitment, please us and we thank you in order to improve the safety of all.

These, among others, are your rights in the European space: Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation) (Text with EEA relevance).

Version of our ‘Privacy Policy’ of 12/14/2019, V.1. (This version is translated from the Spanish version that appears here. The Spanish version is the legal one that is considered applicable in all cases).

The Editorial Board of Formaempleo, AE.

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