The Roundtable will seek to clarify which AI-related issues and developments are relevant for the EU’s democracy support and cooperation. It will identify priorities for EU action and adequate policy tools to address these issues worldwide. The external focus will be inspired by experiences with regulating and overseeing AI within the EU itself.
A summary of the Committee’s exchange of view is now available.
On behalf of the Digital Working Group of the Greens/EFA, MEPs Alexandra Geese, Patrick Breyer, Marcel Kolaja, Kim van Sparrentak, Sergey Lagodinsky and Damian Boeselager would like to invite you to a hearing to discuss the societal impact of automated decision-making processes with a special focus on discrimination.
A summary of the debate is now available.
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) published a new report on “Pseudonymisation Techniques and Best Practices”, which explores the basic notions of pseudonymisation, as well as technical solutions that can support implementation in practice.
Today the Council adopted conclusions on the significance of 5G to the European economy and the need to mitigate security risks linked to 5G.
On 22 November, participants in the 17th regional seminar of ACP-EU economic and social interest groups adopted a declaration highlighting the potential of the blue economy as a key factor for development in many eastern and southern African countries.
A summary of the policy debate ‘Digital transport services for people: The next steps for sustainable European solutions’ is now available.
By Center for Data Innovation
This policy briefing includes a number of recommendations for how EU policymakers can address fairness in online platforms; respond to concerns about online hate speech and disinformation; balance privacy, competition, and innovation to maximize economic welfare; and improve European competitiveness in emerging digital technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT).