In the era predating the emergence of OpenAI, ChatGPT, and various other generative A.I. technologies that have garnered global attention, policymakers and regulators in Europe and North America engaged in a profound discourse regarding the definition of “trustworthy” and “human-centered” AI. Essential questions arose: Who should assume the role of regulator? What aspects of AI should fall under regulation? And how can these rules be effectively enforced? Among the notions explored, one idea, though seemingly utopian at present, possesses the potential to surpass the current discussions surrounding an international patchwork solution—the establishment of an AI legal entity.
The ERC wishes to support an organisation or a consortium of organisations to set up a funding scheme that would facilitate 3-5-month stays of journalists at research institutions. The purpose is to give the journalists opportunities to learn and work on in-depth reporting projects by immersing themselves in the research environment and interacting with scientists and scholars.
Regulatory monitoring services are a key expertise of Comecon Media. We are monitoring almost all parts of regulation in the European Union, as well as several national and global sources of regulation. In our understanding, regulatory processes start whenever a legal proposal is internally discussed or drafted, monitor the debate and amendments, and look at the final results and their impact and implementation. Some of our readers are undecided whether
By CM – June 04, 2021 Source: Recovery and future transformation of Europe’s media and audio-visual sectors – Committee on Culture and Education During its committee meeting on the 27 May 2021, the CULT Committee held an exchange of views on an own-initiative report (INI) recommending ways towards recovery and deep transformation of the media and audio-visual sectors in Europe. During the exchange of views following the presentation of the draft report, questions were