China’s new draft proposal for algorithm regulation

The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) has proposed a new 30-point draft regulation for algorithms and is soliciting public feedback by September 26, reports two young Chinese (HK-based) journalists. According to their report, the draft proposal is part of the Chinese government’s initiative to redirect users “attention to online content that the state deems fitContinue reading “China’s new draft proposal for algorithm regulation”

AI Regulation upcoming hearings: US Congress on defense and EU Parliament on finance

US Congress: AI and Defense. Subcommittee on Cyber, Innovative Technologies, and Information Systems Hearing: “Department of Defense Information Technology, Cybersecurity, and Information Assurance for Fiscal Year 2022” On Tuesday, June 29, 2021. 4:00pm ET, the subcommittee will meet to receive testimony on the cybersecurity posture and Digital Modernization Strategy of the Department of Defense. The hearingContinue reading “AI Regulation upcoming hearings: US Congress on defense and EU Parliament on finance”

Tech giants face US Congress hearings on competition

Just came across this article on the US Congress hearings of the giant Tech companies Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple. What called my attention was the approach from the executives (you know, corporate diplomats) in stating that they face competition and are not monopolies – which, let’s be honest, is not quite accurate. I believeContinue reading “Tech giants face US Congress hearings on competition”