What the US mid-term elections mean for Europe’s digital agenda

Last week, the United States was called to the ballots for its mid-term elections, resulting in a more divided Congress. Euractiv discusses what this all means for Europe’s digital policy, public subsidies and the next…
Euractiv

Europe’s chips challenge

The European Chips Act is a top priority in the EU’s drive to digital sovereignty. We discussed the most controversial parts of the file, how the initiative fits into international cooperation and the thorny issue…
Euractiv

The geopolitics of technology

Supply chain disruptions, information warfare and sabotage of critical infrastructure – technology is acquiring an intrinsic geopolitical value has everything becomes weaponised. We discuss with Fredrik Erixon, Director of the European Centre for International Political…
The Tech Brief

The new liability rules for AI

This week, the European Commission presented two legislative proposals that will introduce liability rules for Artificial Intelligence, the revised Product Liability Directive and the AI Liability Directive. We discussed the two proposals, how they will…
The Tech Brief

AI Act and the Brussels effect

The EU strives to set the international standard with its AI regulation. But how likely is it that the EU rules will become internationally adopted? And under which conditions could that happen? We discussed how…
The Tech Brief

The open-source intelligence war

Six months have passed since Russia invaded Ukraine. It is arguably the most transparent conflict ever, thanks to publicly available satellite data and social media. How has open-source intelligence (OSINT) shaped the war? The Economist’s…
The Economist