Governments around the world are debating how to guide AI. China and the European Union have laid out sets of rules. In the U.S., the Biden administration has issued an executive order. Earlier this month, Britain hosted an AI “safety summit” to initiate discussion of what to do.
Inflation in the Eurozone is stuck at too high a level and wage growth is keeping upward pressure on prices, Christine Lagarde, president of the European Central Bank (ECB), said in a speech last week at the annual meeting of the International Monetary Fund in Morocco.
Something's gotta give. New EU regulations giving authorities unprecedented political control to decide what’s “misinformation” and “disinformation,” is now at loggerheads with several major American social media platforms.
On Monday and Tuesday this week, more than 50 leaders from Latin America, Caribbean nations, and the European Union (EU) met in Brussels in the first such transatlantic summit since 2015 in an effort to smooth over differences and rebuild trade relationships.
This is week 46 of job cuts. And get ready for a bad situation to get much worse. The higher the U.S. and EU raise interest rates the deeper economies will decline and the higher the unemployment numbers will rise.
European businesses are less confident in China’s economy now that its expected post-COVD economic boom has busted and its relations with Europe and the U.S. are deteriorating, according to a survey by the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China.
From cars to food: many have noticed a distinct shift in attention of radical climate activists lately.
Food is squarely on the table as a subject of “unsustainable” so-called greenhouse gas emissions such as carbon and methane.
Europe’s benchmark price of natural gas sank to €35.20 per megawatt-hour on 5 May, its lowest since July 2021 when Russia first began cutting back its gas exports to the continent.
The European Union’s (EU’s) economy managed to grow by 0.3 percent in this year’s first quarter, even though Germany’s – Europe’s largest economy – flatlined for the period, showing neither growth nor contraction, the Financial Times reported.
A “green deal” industrial initiative proposed by the European Commission (EC) would see a minimum of 40 percent of the green energy technologies installed in European Union (EU) countries in 2030 made by businesses located there.