Isabella Morgott

Isabella Morgott
Isabella provides policy analysis, monitoring and advice to tech clients. Her areas of expertise span the range of EU tech policy, including AI, digital platforms and data protection. Before joining Inline, Isabella worked as a researcher at the University of Malta, as well as a Project Communication Officer at the European Forum for Urban Security. She holds an MA in European Public Affairs and Governance from the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, a graduate degree in Political Science from the University of Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas, as well as an undergraduate degree in Romance Philology and Communication Science from the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. Isabella speaks English, French, German, Spanish and Polish.

Recent Posts

Strategic Security in the EU: New Initiatives to Strengthen Economic Security

Written by Isabella Morgott on 06 Feb 2024

In the ever-changing global landscape marked by geopolitical tensions and technological shifts, the European Commission is fortifying the economic security of the European Union with a series of new initiatives.

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AI Act: A Game Changer in the Tech World

Written by Isabella Morgott on 21 Dec 2023

After an intense three-day negotiation marathon, the European Parliament and the Council of the EUreached a provisional agreement on the much-anticipated EU AI Act on 8 December 2023. As the world’s first comprehensive legislation on artificial intelligence (AI), this marks a pivotal moment in global AI regulation. With a risk-based approach, the AI Act introduces a structured approach to AI oversight, tailoring regulations to the complexity and capability of various AI systems. 

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Strategic Security in the Digital Age: The EU’s Deep Dive into Critical Technologies

Written by Isabella Morgott on 27 Oct 2023

The European Union’s economic framework has for a long time been underpinned by advances in technology. Yet, in our rapidly evolving digital era, innovation may in some cases pose a threat to economic security. The European Commission has therefore announced that it will undertake in-depth risk assessments across a number of critical technologies. While this initiative pivots on reducing tech vulnerabilities, it also encompasses geopolitics, strategic partnerships, and safeguarding the EU’s economic interests. 

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