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Highlights from the Fourth EU-US Ministerial Meeting of the Trade and Technology Council
The outcomes of the fourth EU-US Ministerial meeting of the Trade and Technology Council focus on digital and issues of AI, risks human rights content regulation, and connectivity.
US considers investment restrictions in Chinese Chips, AI, and Quantum Computing to curb national security concerns
ChatGPT and GDPR: Balancing AI innovation with data protection
OpenAI’s ChatGPT's ability to regenerate human-like text raised concerns over its compliance with data protection regulations. With other European countries following Italy's example, the article explores how ChatGPT complies with the GDPR and its impact on the future of generative AI.Read more
How search engines make money and why being the default search engine matters
A critical question arises about the underlying business model of online search engines like Google, Bing, Baidu, Yandex, and Yahoo.Read more
Why authorities are investigating ChatGPT: The top 3 reasons
With its ability to replicate human-like responses in text-based interactions, OpenAI’s ChatGPT has been hailed as a breakthrough in AI technology. But governments aren’t entirely sold on it. So what’s worrying them?Read more
DW Weekly #113 – 29 May 2023
OpenAI CEO Sam Altman was in the news again, not only because of the European tour he’s embarked on, but over things he said and wrote last week. In other news, Microsoft president Brad Smith joined in the private sector’s call for regulating AI. Meta was hit with a historic fine over data mishandling, while the Five Eyes have attributed a recent spate of cyberattacks to China.Explore
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The process towards a Global Digital Compact
How will the Global Digital Compact be developed and what will it focus on?
Explore the Observatory
From internet applications to quantum computing, we focus on advanced and emerging digital technologies which are increasingly reshaping our economies and societies.
Clusters of Policy topics
We unpack digital policy by exploring over 50 topics – from access and sustainable development to network security and the future of work – classified in 7 clusters.
Follow some of the most important digital policy processes, from the EU's work on the Digital Services Act/Digital Markets Act to the UN Cybercrime Ad Hoc Committee.