ETNODigital: ETNO report on digital communications released, EU toolbox for cybersecurity of 5G networks, AI robot warehouse pickers and much more!
30 January 2020 - Edition no.182
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POLICY

European telcos support harmonised and fact-based EU rules on 5G security

ETNO – 29 JANUARY 2020

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EU connectivity is becoming faster and more intelligent, but more investment is needed

ETNO – 28 JANUARY 2020

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Exclusive: Europe wants single data market to break U.S. tech giants' dominance

REUTERS – 29 jANUARY 2020

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Secure 5G networks: Commission endorses EU toolbox and sets out next steps

European Commission – 29 JANUARY 2020

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European Commission 2020 Work Programme: An ambitious roadmap for a Union that strives for more

European Commission – 29 JANUARY 2020

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EU’s Vestager calls on public sector to establish ‘particularly high’ AI standards

EURACTIV – 28 JANUARY 2020

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LEAK: EU charts 6G future in ambitious industrial plan

REUTERS – 24 JANUARY 2020

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The State of Digital Communications 2020:
report revealed

 
5G and fibre are becoming a reality in Europe and there is a major opportunity for launching European AI and data-based services. Telcos will be a major lever for growth and inclusion across the digital ecosystem. However, telecom markets remain relatively weak in Europe, which means that policy action is needed to boost investment in networks and make the Continent globally competitive. These are some of the key findings of the 2020 “State of Digital Communications” Report, launched on 28 January by ETNO and prepared by leading research firm Analysys Mason.
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Video

Thierry Breton at the Digital Life Design conference

At the Digital Life Design (DLD) Conference in Munich, Thierry Breton gave a keynote speech on the digital priorities of the EU. During the speech, Breton dismissed claims that relying on European companies to build a 5G network would delay its roll-out. Additionally, Breton pointed out that the new 5G technology would require stricter security rules than those established for previous generations.

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Reports

Cybercrime Prevention Principles for Internet Service Providers

WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM - JANUARY 2020

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Majority of Uber and taxi users willing to pay more for an electric ride - EU poll

TRANSPORT & ENVIRONMENT - JANUARY 2020

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Facts & Figures

ASIA LEADS THE CASHLESS REVOLUTION

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"From the industry point of view, #5G will be transformative through enabling new technologies such as #robotics, #IoT, remote control and #VR. This will allow for value-creating #innovation that we cannot imagine yet" highlights Maarit Palovirta @ #EU5GConf
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@DSMEU

⚛️#Quantum technology could be used in many different fields. For example: make telecommunication networks secure for #health records & financial transactions.
With the Quantum Technologies Flagship we put Europe at the forefront of the quantum revolution http://bit.ly/2UjDKWN
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@ETNOAssociation

"It is important to remember that #5G does offer more surface for potential (#cyber) attacks, but it also offers new technological solutions to tackle them. Think of #encryption, think of #NetworkSlicing, or #AI-based solutions", continued @LiseFuhr #EU5GConf
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@Orange_Brussels

Very lively panel at #StateofDigi: @linagalvezmunoz calls for an #EU competition law evolution to support EU champions. On #AI @PachlUpa reminds the need to preserve EU values & @GoranStefanic welcomes that #EC is coming 1st with a white paper, AI to be explained before hard law.
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@ETNOAssociation

"The roll-out of #5G networks is high on the #EU2020HR agenda. Coordination at national and EU level is key, as well as #cybersecurity and #trust in the #DSM", @GoranStefanic
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TECH

FTC says the tech behind audio deepfakes is getting better

THE VERGE – 29 January 2020

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AI-powered robot warehouse pickers are now ready to go to work

MIT Technology review – 29 January 2020

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Google aims to unify its workplace tools and messaging apps into one service

THE VERGE – 28 January 2020

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How Facebook thinks its independent oversight board should work

REUTERS – 28 January 2020

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US colleges are trying to install location tracking apps on students’ phones

THE VERGE – 28 JANUARY 2020

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An AI Epidemiologist Sent the First Warnings of the Wuhan Virus

WIRED – 25 January 2020

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Events
FEBRUARY
Wireless World Research Forum
5 – 6 FEBRUARY 2020, NEW DELHI

5g HUDDLE 2020

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DigitalEurope
6 February 2020, Brussels

Masters of Digital 2020

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Terrapinn
11 – 12 February 2020, London

Move 2020: MOBILITY RE-IMAGINED

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Cullen International,
18 February 2020, Brussels

The good, the bad & the ugly about 5G

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CYBERSEC
20 FEBRUARY 2020, BRUSSELS

2ND CYBERSEC BRUSSELS LEADERS' FORESIGHT

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gsm aSSOCIATION
24 – 27 FEBRUARY 2020, BARCELONA

MWC BARCELONA

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MARCH
Cullen International,
10 – 12 March 2020, Brussels

Mastering EU Telecoms regulation

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POLITICO
16 – 17 MARCH 2020, Brussels

AI SUMMIT 2020

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