CEPIS Legal and Security Issues expert group has produced a position paper on the version of the eIDAS regulation as published after the trilogue. It aims to provide a short analysis of the improvements in 3 problematic areas and the remaining deficiencies and corresponding open issues. It concludes with some proposals for improvements possible at this point in time.
During the last week of October, the European Parliament reached a historic broad majority agreement on a unified position regarding the European Commission’s controversial Child Sexual Abuse Regulation (CSAR) proposal.
We are a step closer to protecting the rights of people in Europe to confidential and secure digital communication, after a committee in the European Parliament has amended the proposed new rules to prevent and combat child sexual abuse, removing provisions that would have seen indiscriminate surveillance of the content of all communications. Explore our thoughts on the matter!
The G7 leaders, as well as the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen, have agreed on International Guiding Principles for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and a voluntary Code of Conduct for AI developers as part of the Hiroshima AI process.
The Digital Skills & Jobs Platform has introduced a new feature, Learning Paths, aimed at enhancing the user experience. Learning Paths are structured routes through the extensive educational resources offered on the platform, designed to aid users in navigating the content effectively.
In the “Potentials of Green Coding” publication, the German Informatics Society and consortium investigate the adoption of eco-friendly software development in the tech industry and the challenges and success factors involved.
The 2023 edition of the McKinsey Tech Trends report has been published, and, for the first time, it includes the aspect of talent, thus providing a valuable insight into the current job market situation.
With seven workshops, numerous discussions and many practical exercises, 13 leading representatives of international software-developing companies who participated in the roundtable series on ethical AI development by Stiftung Mercator and German Informatics Society created three prototypical concepts for reinforcing the responsible design of AI.
After National Research Data Infrastructure for and with Computer Science (NFDIxCS) joined the German National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI) family as one of eight new consortia in March this year, all task areas and governing bodies are currently being established.
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