Germany calls for tightened AI regulation at EU level

By |junij 30th, 2020|AI, artificial intelligence, Berlin, Brussels, EU, EU Council Presidency, facial recoginition, Germany, KI, News, Seehofer, Weißbuch, white paper|

Four months after the European Commission presented its 'white paper' on Artificial Intelligence (AI), the German government said it broadly agrees with Brussels but sees a need to tighten up on security. The government is particularly concerned by the...

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Reopened Brussels bars ‘invaded’ by thirsty beerdrinkers

By |junij 9th, 2020|Belgium, Brussels, News|

As some Brussels cafes reopened after almost three months of lockdown, thirsty Belgian drinkers were more than ready.

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Ministers to chart Europe’s digital future with post-COVID19 commitments 

By |junij 8th, 2020|Brussels, Digital, EU, Europe, European Union, Margarethe Vestager, News, Shaping Europe's Digital Future, Technology|

On Tuesday (9 June), EU member states are set to sign off on a series of broad commitments to transform the bloc's digital agenda, in the aftermath of Europe's battle with the coronavirus that has once again highlighted the vital importance of digital ...

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BRUSSELS – Never the same again?

By |maj 11th, 2020|Belgium, Brussels, coronavirus, COVID-19, health crisis, lockdown, News, relaxing, reopening, social distancing|

Life may never again be like it was back in January and February before the first cases of COVID-19 hit Belgium, Belgian Health Minister Maggie De Block said over the weekend as the country prepares for shops to be reopened from Monday (11 May) and peo...

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Bikes starting to push cars out of cities thanks to COVID-19

By |maj 8th, 2020|Air Pollution, Berlin, bicyle paths, Bikes, Brussels, car traffic, congestion, corona lanes, coronavirus, COVID-19, European Union, health crisis, News, Paris, pop-up bicycles lanes|

Curfews have paralysed traffic as the COVID-19 pandemic hit many cities, which have started to use this opportunity to promote the bicycle revolution and ban cars from their inner cities. EURACTIV Germany takes a look at Paris, Brussels and Berlin.

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BRUSSELS – Counting exercise

By |maj 8th, 2020|Belgium, Brussels, COVID-19, News|

From Sunday (10 May), Belgian citizens will be allowed to receive up to four other people at home, always the same ones. Upon announcing the new relaxed measure, experts and politicians said the government is counting on people’s common sense...

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Belgian government to relax lockdown measures in three phases, starting 4 May

By |april 24th, 2020|Belgium, Brussels, coronavirus, COVID-19, Flanders, lockdown, National Security Council, News, Sophie Wilmes, Wallonia|

Belgium is to begin a gradual deconfinement with an exit strategy to be rolled out with the key dates of 4, 11 and 18 May, as well as 8 June, the National Security Council (CNS) decided on Friday (24 April).

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With new emergency government, Belgium mulls further coronavirus measures

By |marec 17th, 2020|Belgium, Brussels, coronavirus, News|

**This article is continuously updated with the latest developments. With the new Belgian emergency government taking the last hurdles in the confirmation process, Prime Minister Sophie Wilmes’ team is mulling further measures in the fight against the cornavirus outbreak.   After...

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Sustainable rooftop-fish-farming conquers Brussels city heights

By |februar 28th, 2020|Belgium, BIGH project, Brussels, Building Integrated Greenhouses, circular economy, fish farming, Foodmet, France, News, organic farming, rooftop farming|

Europe's largest urban farm, located on the rooftops of the EU capital, raises fish and grows vegetables while meeting strict circular economy criteria. The founder of BIGH (Building Integrated Greenhouses), Steven Beckers, says his urban farm plans to...

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Brussels transport gets overhaul, courtesy of teenagers

By |maj 16th, 2019|Brussels, Climate Change, enterpreneurial education, enterpreneurship, future of jobs, News, sustainable development, transport, urban mobility|

Brussels is well known for its chocolate, its variety of beers, its art-deco buildings… and its traffic jams. High school students from all around Europe have now presented their proposals to make the town's mobility system more sustainable, thanks to the Sci-tech challenge. 

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