The Wall Street Journal reports on the European Commission’s upcoming priorities once President-elect Ursula von der Leyen begins her term. Von der Leyen seeks new laws on artificial intelligence and big data within the first 100 days of her term, which begins Nov. 1. Von der Leyen published her agenda for the next five years back in July. In it, Von der Leyen said new rules on AI and big data should adhere to the “European way, balancing the flow and wide use of data while preserving high privacy, security, safety and ethical standards.” The commission will pursue these new laws as it continues its investigations into tech companies’ data practices. (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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