EU to evaluate risks of technology weaponisation

Semiconductors, AI, quantum technologies and biotech

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EU to evaluate risks of technology weaponisation

The European Commission plans to evaluate the potential misuse of four key technologies, and to implement measures to address related concerns in the coming year.

The technologies under scrutiny are semiconductors, artificial intelligence, quantum technologies and biotechnologies. The Commission is considering their use by "countries not sharing EU values." ...

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