Europe

To combat cross-border cyber threats, cooperation is key

October is Cyber Awareness Month and in this particular October cyber threats, attacks and cyber crimes are at an all time high. COVID-19 and the unprecedented shift to working from home has exposed new targets to threats. To tackle this reality and fight these threats head on, cooperation between industry and governments is key to […]

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Digital Skills for a Stronger European Recovery

  Digital Skills as a key part of Economic Recovery for Europe It’s no secret the future of work is one of the most urgent questions of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Some jobs will go away, new ones will be created, and all jobs will be forever changed by emerging technologies and the advancement of artificial […]

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How to make Europe’s digital transformation responsible and accountable

  Governments, but especially citizens, are demanding that technology companies take more responsibility for the societal effects their services can have on children, on civic dialogue, on elections, or in facilitating criminal or terrorist activity. With greater digitization comes an obligation for greater responsibility. IBM fully supports the need to establish new rules to frame […]

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IBM Policy Lab Live: An Economic Recovery Plan For Europe

Join us for an IBM Policy Lab Live virtual conversation on how Europe can drive economic growth through digitization and best practices as governments, businesses, and international institutions develop their recovery plans. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to stress-test our communities, economies and institutions, it has brought to light gaps and shortcomings in areas of […]

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IBM Statement on Schrems Decision and Standard Contractual Clauses

“IBM welcomes the confirmation by the European Court of Justice that Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) are a valid mechanism for international data transfers.

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GDPR’s Birthday Wishlist: Greater Harmonization and Robust Data Transfer Mechanisms

Two years ago, on 25 May 2018, the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) entered into force. On this anniversary, the COVID-19 pandemic has in an unprecedented way underlined the need to use data to safeguard people’s health, accelerate research, benefit governments, and to support the resilience of the economy. Most of the important steps […]

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Towards a Clear and Reliable Regulatory Framework on AI in Europe

Few technologies attract the level of attention that artificial intelligence (AI) does from governments, business, academics, media and the public, especially at a relatively early stage in their adoption.

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Economic Recommendations to European Governments

The COVID-19 pandemic poses a worldwide threat and stress-test to our social, economic and political life. A stress-test that showed alarming shortcomings in certain areas of the economy. 

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IBM Statement on European Commission Strategy on AI and Data

Today IBM welcomed several important announcements on AI and emerging technology from the European Commission

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