20 stories about EU
Vered Lipa Meir

“It is becoming increasingly clear that uncontrolled use of AI could have devastating results”

03.07.24|James Spiro
Leading experts met to discuss AI regulation and risk management implications in a roundtable hosted by Israeli law firm Lipa Meir & Co. 
מנכ"ל אנבידיה ג'נסן הואנג יוני 2024

US investigation against AI ​​giants can’t keep up with pace of development

10.06.24|Omer Kabir
Microsoft, NVIDIA, and OpenAI face regulatory heat as US agencies divide oversight responsibilities.
מימין משרדי גוגל תל אביב ו לוגו אפל

Is the Google-Apple AI deal a game changer?

18.03.24|Omer Kabir
According to Bloomberg, Apple is holding negotiations to integrate Google's artificial intelligence engine into its iPhones; the deal could make Google one of the clear winners in the AI race, and will improve Apple's capabilities in the field
משרדי גוגל תל אביב

How Google is bypassing EU attempt to curb its search monopoly

26.02.24|Omer Kabir
The European Union's Digital Markets Act, which will go into effect on March 7, aims to reduce the power of the technology giants; Google chose to leverage the changes in the law to increase its dominance in the search field
מטה נציבות האיחוד האירופי בריסל בלגיה

EU Commission: Israeli companies can continue to process personal data transferred from the EU

21.01.24|Omer Kabir
After conducting a review of 11 countries including Israel that have adequacy status for transferring data from the EU, the European Union Commission announced that they would renew Israel’s status, but only if it makes updates to its current legislation
דגל ישראל על מטה הנציבות האירופית ב בריסל 8.10 חרבות ברזל

European Commission: Must act against anti-Semitism, “never again' is now”

06.11.23|Shani Ashkenazi
A statement published by the EU executive body stated that anti-Semitism in Europe has “reached extraordinary levels” and is “reminiscent of some of the darkest times in history." The Commission emphasized its commitment to European Jews.
מלחמת עזה מלחמה מחבלים שורפים טנק של צה" לאחר שחטפו אותו ל רצועת עזה 7.10.23

EU comes to the fore in battle against Hamas’ use of social media

15.10.23|Omer Kabir
The new Digital Services Act has allowed the European Union to put pressure on the likes of X, Meta, TikTok, and Google to stop the spreading of fake news, conspiracy theories, and horrific images
Autotalks team

EU regulators cast doubt over Qualcomm’s $350-400 million acquisition of Autotalks

20.08.23|CTech and Reuters
The European Commission cited the importance of the deal to original equipment manufacturers and others who need access to vehicle-to-everything (V2X) semiconductors
מטה מטא פייסבוק דבלין אירלנד

A cautionary poke: $1.2 billion fine imposed on Meta is a warning sign for Israeli companies

28.05.23|Omer Kabir
If Israel does not act soon, Israeli high-tech companies will face a similar situation and possibly more severe consequences
Tobias Judin Norwegian Data Protection Authority

EU would view Israel “in the same category as China” if judicial reforms go through

02.02.23|James Spiro
The impending judicial reforms and change in legal frameworks might cause the EU Commission to reconsider whether Israel has ‘adequate’ laws in place to protect the personal data of citizens
Adi Barel EIT

“Innovation is a tool for international relations.”

Startups need a global support system to thrive, says Adi Barel, managing director at EIT Hub Israel.
דגנית ורד

Smart Agro signs cooperation agreement with the European Circular Bioeconomy Fund

As part of the cooperation, the parties intend to locate possible collaborations and provide access to information about startups in agritech, as well as inviting one another to participate in funding rounds
Tal Shapira Amir Oranim Triple W

TripleW receives $2.6 million grant from EU for its lactic acid for food waste

20.07.21|James Spiro
The Israeli company received €2.2 million out of the total €6.7 million awarded to all of the companies in the consortium
Alla Voldman Rantzer

Israel can become the next powerhouse in the food tech industry

15.06.21|Alla Voldman Rantzer
In the absence of an active government push, Israel could find itself at the bottom of this race, writes Alla Voldman Rantzer