01 July 2019
Finnish Presidency agenda highlights digitisation, new technologies and artificial intelligence
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The Finnish Council Presidency: Draft agendas for Council meetings, during the second semester of 2019 (the Finnish Presidency) (73 pages, pdf) at the heart of the agenda is::
- Digitalisation of judicial cooperation
- Digital Exchange System
- The future of Digital Criminal Justice
- Digital Government Conference (Helsinki, 22 October 2019)
- Artificial intelligence: judicial aspects
- Artificial intelligence in education and training
It also includes:
- Migration: State of Play
- (poss.) Counter-Terrorism: extreme-right terrorism
- New technologies and Internal Security, including 5G Networks
- The future of EU migration and asylum
policy - Policy debate
- The future of EU Internal Security - Policy debate
- Future of the Single European Sky
The Justice Council agenda on 8 October will discuss new technologies and internal security.
And the Telecommunications Council will discuss a general approach on the draft regulation on the confidentiality of electronic communications.
The Justice and Home Affairs agendas are on pages 31-39.
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