AI in industry now needs no further regulation, but rather an objective handling of the risks.
VDMA has submitted its response to the EU-Commission's consultation on a European data strategy: VDMA supports the Commission's aim to focus on a new EU data strategy.
The European Commission's Directorate-General for Research wants to support the production sector in adapting and digitising production lines. To this end, the EU Commission has announced two calls for proposals for this week (week 21).
Green, digital and fit for the world market: this is the path the EU Commission wants to take European industry down. Too much state intervention would be the wrong way to go.
Europe wants to play the leading role in the development of artificial intelligence (AI).
Special rules governing the use of artificial intelligence in high-risk applications, and adjustments to existing legislation: two ways in which the European Commission aims to create the appropriate legal framework for AI in Europe.
The European Parliament's Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee (IMCO) today discussed artificial intelligence (AI) at its first meeting of the new year.
Europe’s R&I-community meets in Brussels to discuss the role of Research & Innovation for a sustainable and prosperous Europe - and also its implications for companies.
A recent report shows policymakers the way to a better future with useful AI applications, but without excesses such as the all-round monitoring of citizens.
With the new research framework programme from 2021 to 2027, funding might be distributed according to the watering can principle. However, a targeted programme for key technologies would be important.
The mechanical engineering industry is worried that the new EU research programme "Horizon Europe" is weakening the role of industry in European research policy
The EU Commission proposes a substantial increase in research and development expenditure for the budget for the financial period 2021 to 2027.
Kai Peters
Kai Peters
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