Digital policy (1): this fall’s agenda

The EU has already passed several milestones of its digital strategy. The Digital Services Act (DSA) and the Digital Markets Act (DMA) have been signed and sealed. But with the Artificial Intelligence Act (AI Act) and the Data Act, two more important and far-reaching regulations are pending. The AI regulation is the first attempt ever to pass horizontal regulation on AI. Europe hopes to take a pioneering role here. But time is short, as the competition from the US or China are pressing hard.

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