‘To help set a global standard in AI regulation,’ FEP’s statement says, Europe’s AI Act needs permanent-representative committee approval.
The world’s first broad-based legislation on artificial intelligence is approved in European Union negotiators’ marathon sessions.
As Europe’s trilogue approaches, Italy’s publishers and sister organizations demand stronger, not weaker, regulations on AI.
The Georgian stand at Frankfurt in October reflected the battle against cultural pressure in Tbilisi described by PEN America.
Boosting science research and publishing, says the Publishers Association’s Dan Conway, the UK’s Horizon/Copernicus move is good news.
As the European Parliament works through its ‘AI Act’ legislation, Italy’s publishers back the country’s industrial sector’s position.
Targeted instances of potential ‘artificial intelligence’ usage include ’emotion recognition systems’ and ‘predictive policing systems.’
Having satisfied the European Commission’s antitrust requirements, Vivendi says, it’s on course to acquire Lagardère and its Hachette Livre.
The EC’s first ‘Day of European Authors’ has been welcomed and co-organized in at least 27 European member-states, led by Brussels.
Two Ukrainians are part of the Federation of European Publishers’ Young Publishing Professionals program staged in association with Aldus Up.