|The week ahead (2–9 October)|
Ongoing till 31 October: The European Commission, together with other EU institutions, kicked off the annual European Cybersecurity Month campaign, aimed at raising cyber awareness amid increasing concern about online safety.
8–12 October: The annual Internet Governance Forum (IGF2023) takes place in Kyoto, Japan, and online starting next Sunday. As usual, we’ll be on the ground and actively engaged with reporting, analysis, and workshops. Sign up for daily newsletters and download our app to stay up-to-date with session reports and other updates.
Tech Policy Press has created an online tracker for updates on Senator Chuck Schumer’s ongoing AI Insight Forum series of events, including who’s attending and what topics were discussed.
Originality.ai, a site that provides detection services for AI-generated content and plagiarism, has another online tracker: It lists the ongoing copyright and trademark lawsuits against OpenAI and ChatGPT.
The 6th session of the Ad Hoc Committee on Cybercrime left many questions unanswered. Two of the most critical issues of contention, related to terminology and the proposed convention’s scope, remained unresolved. With only one session to go – in February 2024 – the pressure’s on. Read our key takeaways from the penultimate session.