|European Economic and Social Committee calls for a managed digital transition
The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) calls for a digital transition based on the respect of European values. This opinion, adopted mid-July, addresses questions related to artificial inte...
|The Austrian Presidency discussion paper on the governance of the Artificial Intelligence Strategy for Europe published on the 26th of July
It provides a useful summary of all the different workstreams related to AI. It ranges from funding to different Commission’s work plans that have an impact on AI, to the different activities th...
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