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09.01.2021 Source: Wired https://www.wired.com/story/fight-to-define-when-ai-is-high-risk/ By Khari Johnson Everyone from tech companies to churches wants a say in how the EU regulates AI that could harm people. PEOPLE SHOULD NOT be slaves to machines, a coalition of evangelical church congregations from more than 30 countries preached to leaders of the European Union earlier this summer. The European...
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https://twitter.com/ReclaimYourFace/status/1383024311192186880?s=20 This week, 61 Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) from across the political spectrum, including representatives of the Greens, the Left, Renew Europe, the Socialists & Democrats (S&D) and the Identity & Democracy (ID) groups raised their voices in agreement with the Reclaim Your Face campaign. They wrote not one, but two powerful letters, which made their...
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Press Release Nokia to lead the EU’s 6G project Hexa-X Nokia is the project leader for Hexa-X, the European Commission’s 6G flagship initiative for research into the next generation of wireless networksThe Hexa-X vision is to connect human, physical and digital worlds with a fabric of 6G technology enablersHexa-X is the first official research initiative...
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Source: https://tinyurl.com/y2sz3mtz By Samuel Stolton | EURACTIV.com Nov 18, 2020 This article is part of our special report Recovering with connectivity: a choice for Europe. The European Commission has expressed concern that EU nations may fail to meet ‘legally-binding’ deadlines in the assignment of 5G frequency bands, further postponing the bloc’s development of next-generation telecommunications networks. Speaking at the...
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By Daniel Bellamy with AFP   last updated: 26/07/2020 – 15:21 European companies Nokia and Ericsson can provide the European Union with everything it needs to develop 5G infrastructure if the Chinese company Huawei were sidelined for security reasons, the European Commission said on Friday. Three firms offer complete solutions for 5G: Finland’s Nokia, Sweden’s Ericsson and Chinese Huawei, said a...
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Source: https://www.telecompaper.com/news/eu-starts-competition-inquiry-in-consumer-iot-market–1346840?utm_source=headlines_-_english&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=17-07-2020&utm_content=textlink Thursday 16 July 2020 | 16:25 CET | News The European Commission announced the launch of a competition investigation into the connected devices market. The open-ended inquiry focuses on wearables and smart home devices that can be connected with digital voice assistants or mobile phone apps.  Competition Commissioner Magrethe Vestager said she was concerned...
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Written by Patrizia Toia on 5 December 2019 in Opinion About the author Patrizia Toia (IT, S&D) is vice chair of the Parliament’s Industry, Research and Energy Committee The coming of 5G seems to offer huge potential but realising this safely and effectively will require detailed investigation and careful planning. Photo credit: Adobe Stock The diffusion of mobile...
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15 Nov 2019 Following the invitation on October 1, 2019 to the European Parliament of Dr Marc Arazi by MEPs Philippe Lamberts, Michèle Rivasi and Klaus Buchner of the Greens/EFA, and the alert issued to parliamentarians and organisations gathered at this event on the Phonegate health and industrial scandal, a written question was tabled by Michèle Rivasi...
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9 October 2019 Today the European Commission welcomes the publication by Member States of the high-level report on the EU-wide coordinated risk assessment of 5G Networks cybersecurity. This major step is part of the implementation of the European Commission Recommendation of March 2019 to ensure a high level of cybersecurity of 5G networks across the EU. Prepared...
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