Horizon 2025

Horizon Europe gave us the opportunity to complete a feedback survey which will be used to implement the key strategic orientations in the Horizon Europe strategic plan 2025-2027. Review this post to view the survey submitted on behalf of FEP, CEPIC, IMPALA and VGE by Enrico Turrin, Deputy Director of the Federation of European Publishers.

CW! Contribution to the Swedish Consultation on the Implementation of NIS2

As you may remember, CW! submitted a contribution to the Belgian consultation on the implementation of NIS2 in December 2023. This was an opportunity to reiterate our DSA position on public access to the WHOIS database. Some members have brought to our attention that Sweden was now consulting stakeholders on the same matter (until 28th May).

Celebrating a Decade of Creativity: Creativity Works! 2024-2029 Manifesto

Creativity Works!, Europe’s premier coalition representing vibrant cultural and creative sectors, is celebrating 10 years of fostering creativity and cultural diversity. Their latest manifesto, covering 2024-2029, outlines a bold vision for the future of Europe’s creative industries. With a geographically diverse membership that spans writers, book publishers, music publishers, film producers, broadcasters, and video game companies, this coalition is committed to promoting creativity, enhancing cultural diversity, and protecting intellectual property rights in both physical and digital realms.

Navigating the EU AI Act: Introducing the AI Act Explorer

The European Union is on the verge of implementing groundbreaking legislation on artificial intelligence (AI) with the EU AI Act. This regulatory framework will set the stage for governing AI technologies across the EU. To help individuals and organisations understand the complexities of this impending law, we introduce the AI Act Explorer.

CEPIC Webinar: Is AI Copyrightable? | Tuesday 13 February

Join us for an online interactive event where we explore the legal protection of generative artificial intelligence and its copyright implications. Find out whether AI creations (output) can be protected by copyright laws in various regions of the world and the legal challenges faced by creatives and professionals. Find out whether it is desirable for AI output to be copyrighted.

CEPIC Advocacy Update: Navigating the AI Act and Ensuring Transparency

CEPIC has been actively engaged in advocating for transparency and ethical considerations in the realm of Artificial Intelligence (AI). In response to the recent agreement on the AI Act, CEPIC recognises the need for careful drafting of the details. Notably, France has emerged as a leading voice in the discussions, prompting CEPIC to address the Interministerial Committee for Artificial Generative Intelligence with a letter dated 12th January 2024.