Insights in Digital Policies
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The UK is a hi-tech powerhouse, including artificial intelligence. The EU should do everything to keep the country close to its digital policies. Without the UK Europe's ambitions for digital sovereignty will be limping.
If you ask someone to choose the most important digital technology of these days, the likelihood that this person's choice falls on Artificial Intelligence (AI) is high. Governments around the world have called out AI as a strategic technology. Several of them, the US and China foremost, have made their ambitions clear to become the world leader. The EU for its part wants to establish the region as a place for trustworthy AI. The AI related insights of this Website analyse these policies and relate them to technology and business.
The pandemic is bad for the world economy, which hit some sectors hard, for instance, airlines, aircraft manufacturers, restaurants, culture and sport, tourism. Some businesses have experienced growth such as eCommerce, video streaming, online video conference. Biotech companies have seen their market capitalisation go up.
The lockdown experience has boosted the use of digital technologies. How much of this will be transformational, for instance, home office to become a norm, not an exception or regular use of remote and digitally enhanced education, is an open question.