Digital Compass: EU outlines its digital ambitions for 2030
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18 May 2021
Digital Compass: EU outlines its digital ambitions for 2030
The Commission recently presented a vision for Europe’s digital transformation by 2030 which revolves around four main pillars: skills, government, infrastructure and business. These four areas are part...
New Report aims to increase awareness among smaller enterprises of the checks and balances in the P2B Regulation
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05 May 2021
New Report aims to increase awareness among smaller enterprises of the checks and balances in the P2B Regulation
Bird & Bird has contributed to a new report on the EU Platform to Business Regulation recently published by the Digital Future Society, a non-profit transnational initiative aiming to engage stakeholders...
Bundestag debates fast-charging law
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01 May 2021
Bundestag debates fast-charging law
The German Parliament is currently debating a draft bill aimed at providing nationwide fast-charging infrastructure for electric vehicles (Fast Charging Act – “Schnellladegesetz, SchnellLG”, in German)....
European Commission publishes landmark Artificial Intelligence regulatory package
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21 April 2021
European Commission publishes landmark Artificial Intelligence regulatory package
In Brussels today, the European Commission unveiled a much-anticipated new rulebook on Artificial Intelligence. The Artificial Intelligence (AI) package, which comprises: a Proposal for a Regulation...
Call for Views on AI and IP: the UK Government Response
9 min to read
21 April 2021
Call for Views on AI and IP: the UK Government Response
How does the UK’s intellectual property regime stand up in the face of emerging AI technology? Running from 7 September to 30 November 2020, the UKIPO’s call for views on AI and IP sought to find...
A “Light Touch” Regulatory Framework for AI – Scrutinizing AI Solutions through the Lens of Transparency
27 min to read
04 March 2021
A “Light Touch” Regulatory Framework for AI – Scrutinizing AI Solutions through the Lens of Transparency
Background In previous articles in this series on A Light Touch Regulatory Framework for AI we have argued for the need for a ‘light-touch’...
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