US tech giant Apple is coming under increasing pressure in Brussels after the European Commission recently charged the firm with abusing its dominant position in the music-streaming market, to the detriment of smaller developers seeking to compete on a level playing field. While the Commission’s gripes in this particular case centre on the app market […]
High-risk Artificial Intelligence applications in use across the EU are set to come under the scope of new rules as part of the European Commission’s bid to bolster trust in next-generation technologies, while also safeguarding opportunities for innovation. As part of the plans unveiled by the EU executive on April 21, a narrow set of […]
In this episode, we’ve prepared an interview with Benedikt Blomeyer, Director of EU Policy at Allied For Startups, discussing the recently-signed Startup Nation Standard and the bigger picture of the EU regulation that’s aimed at startups and entrepreneurs.
The European Commission has launched Open Research Europe, a platform for scientific papers that is freely accessible to everyone. Open Research Europe presents the results of research funded by Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe, the EU research and innovation programme for 2021-2027. Open to both researchers and the everyday person, the platform addresses some of […]
In today’s show we’ll talk about some of the most interesting funding rounds of the week, a couple of M&A deals, and some policy news. Later on, I’ll play for you an interview recorded by Robin Wauters with Luke Lang, co-founder and CMO at Crowdcube.
This week, we talk about what’s going on in European tech, including some of the biggest funding rounds of the week, M&A deals, tech policy, and more. The featured interview of this episode is with Jan Goetz, co-founder of IQM, and Ilkka Kivimaki of Maki.vc.