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High-risk Artificial Intelligence to be ‘certified, tested and controlled,’ Commission says

By |februar 19th, 2020|AI White Paper, artificial intelligence, biometric, EU, facial recognition, GDPR, Margrethe Vestager, News, Thierry Breton, Ursula von der Leyen|

Artificial Intelligence technologies carrying a high-risk of abuse that could potentially lead to an erosion of fundamental rights will be subjected to a series of new requirements, the European Commission announced on Wednesday (19 February).

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DUBLIN – Irish farmers hit out at CAP cuts

By |februar 19th, 2020|News|

Several leading farm lobbies in Ireland have hit out at the proposed cuts to the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) in the EU’s Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), saying that the country’s farmers could be some of the worst-hit from the funding...

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DUBLIN – Irish Commission passports

By |februar 17th, 2020|News|

Up to 60 British officials who work in the European Commission have obtained an Irish passport in order to continue working in Brussels, it has emerged. The news comes as concerns continue with regards to the downward trend in Irish...

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Digital Brief: Clearview AI raises EU eyebrows

By |februar 13th, 2020|News|

Welcome to EURACTIV’s Digital Brief, your weekly update on all things digital in the EU. You can subscribe to the newsletter here.    “The Commission is aware of the press reports, we are following the dossier and remain in close contact with...

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UK broadcasting watchdog proposed as online harms regulator

By |februar 12th, 2020|digital services act, EU, News, Nicky Morgan, online harms, UK|

The UK government has announced plans to grant the country's broadcasting authority, Ofcom, broad new powers in regulating the spread of harmful content across social media platforms.

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After Clearview AI scandal, Commission ‘in close contact’ with EU data authorities

By |februar 12th, 2020|artificial intelligence, Artificial Intelligence White Paper, biometric data, clearview AI, data protection, EU, Europe, facial recognition, GDPR, Margrethe Vestager, News|

The European Commission is in consultation with EU data protection authorities following the news that US technology firm Clearview AI has scraped more than three billion facial images from social media sites including YouTube, Facebook and Twitter, wi...

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DUBLIN – Government composition

By |februar 12th, 2020|News|

Irish political parties have been jockeying for influence in the first round of talks following Saturday’s general election in which Sinn Fein came out as the biggest winners, obtaining almost a quarter of first preference votes. Sinn Féin leader Mary...

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MEPs present Artificial Intelligence package

By |februar 11th, 2020|News|

MEPs belonging to the European Parliament's Legal Affairs Committee are set to produce a series of reports on the impact of Artificial Intelligence in the EU.

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GSMA to decide on Mobile World Congress cancellation, amid coronavirus concerns

By |februar 11th, 2020|5G, GSMA, Huawei, Mobile World Congress, Mobile World Congress 2020, News|

GSMA, the global mobile network industry group, is set to make a decision on Friday (14 February) as to whether this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona will go ahead, amid concerns that the event may aggravate Europe's management of the de...

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Google’s holiday rental service under fire as 40 rivals urge EU antitrust action

By |februar 11th, 2020|Antitrust, EU, Google, Margrethe Vestager, News|

Alphabet unit Google faces the risk of more EU antitrust problems after 40 rivals on both sides of the Atlantic accused it of favouring its own vacation rental service on its search engine and urged European Union enforcers to take action.

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