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This Week's Top Stories from the European Parliament - 17- 21 February 2020

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Article - Why is regulating artificial intelligence important in Europe?

Find out about the opportunities and challenges that make regulating artificial intelligence in the EU necessary.


Press release - Budgetary Control Committee asks for stronger measures to protect EU spending

On Wednesday, the Budgetary Control Committee signed off on the Commission's 2018 budget, but rules to fight fraud and conflict of interest must be strengthened.
Committee on Budgetary Control


Press release - President Michel's MFF proposal not acceptable for Parliament

Ahead of a special summit on 20 February, the EP's negotiating team expresses its opposition to President Michel's proposal for the next long-term budget.
Committee on Budgets


Press release - Discussions kick off among MEPs and national MPs on economic governance

MEPs and members of national parliaments kicked off their two-day yearly gathering on Tuesday, dedicated to discussing EU economic governance.
Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs
Committee on Employment and Social Affairs


Press release - Energy: EU priority projects should be aligned with 2050 climate objectives

The Commission should update its guidelines to select priority energy projects so that the next EU list is in line with its climate policy, said the Energy Committee.
Committee on Industry, Research and Energy


Press release - MEPs to look into Artificial Intelligence in criminal law on Thursday

The use of Artificial Intelligence by the police and judicial authorities, including facial recognition, will be discussed by the Civil Liberties Committee on Thursday.
Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs


Press release - Artificial intelligence and digital initiatives to be scrutinised by MEPs on Wednesday

The Industry and Internal Market Committees will discuss the new initiatives in the digital sector with Commissioner Thierry Breton, on Wednesday afternoon.
Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection
Committee on Industry, Research and Energy


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