Online Event: Regulating for European Tech Sovereignty
Please join CSIS for an online event: Regulating for European Tech Sovereignty on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2020 at 11:00am EST.
Earlier this year, the European Commission released a series of documents outlining Europe’s regulatory future, including a White Paper on Artificial Intelligence, a Communication on European Strategy for Data, and a framing paper related to Shaping Europe’s Digital Future. These documents and many more speak to the European desire to achieve “digital autonomy” and “tech sovereignty” through an array of regulatory and tax changes aimed at nurturing indigenous tech firms, developing independent European data pools, and tamping down on large, innovative foreign firms offering attractive digital services to European consumers.
This is part of an ongoing CSIS project examining the impact of EU regulatory proposals on businesses in Europe and the United States. Our research has specifically looked at EU deliberations on competition policy, on the Digital Services Act and Digital Markets Act and the future regulation of artificial intelligence. CSIS’ publications related to this topic can be found on the Scholl Chair website. This conversation will feature keynote remarks from former U.S. Trade Representative Amb. Michael Froman and a panel of experts on the regulation of Artificial Intelligence, the Digital Services Act and
Nov 10, 2020 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)