All posts tagged "Regulation"

  • Major survey highlights Europeans’ fears over AI

    Less than 20% of Europeans believe that current laws “efficiently regulate” artificial intelligence, and 56% have low trust in authorities to exert effective control over the technology, according to a

    • Posted September 16, 2020
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  • Digital finance crucial to achieving sustainable development goals, says UN

    Unleashing the potential of digital finance could have a transformational impact on sustainable development, according to a report from a taskforce convened by the United Nations’ secretary-general. ‘People’s Money: Harnessing

    • Posted September 11, 2020
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  • UK data strategy signals new cross-government standards

    The UK government has published its National Data Strategy, setting out a series of actions to drive progress on civil service data management. Published by the Department for Digital, Culture,

    • Posted September 10, 2020
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  • Facebook and Google dig in against Australian media law

    Facebook has threatened to block Australians from sharing news via the social media platform and its Instagram service, if the government persists with plans to require the tech giant to

    • Posted September 2, 2020
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  • Fintech firms call for more government-backed finance

    UK fintech business leaders believe that they’re unfairly excluded from government investment schemes and need a stronger voice in regulatory policymaking, according to a survey by the Digital Finance Forum

    • Posted August 23, 2020
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  • Indonesia publishes AI strategy

    The Indonesian government has introduced a national strategy that will guide the country in developing artificial intelligence (AI) between 2020 and 2045. The country is to focus its AI projects

    • Posted August 20, 2020
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  • India considers non-personal data sharing regulation

    India is considering taking steps to allow citizens and organisations to harness companies’ anonymised, non-personal data, after a committee recommended that such a move would boost domestic SMEs’ competitiveness and

    • Posted August 9, 2020
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  • Slow but sure: exploring open banking’s potential for streamlining citizen services

    Open banking creates super-fast, automated data connections and brings significant possibilities for improving public service delivery, but adoption has so far been slow. Ian Hall investigates the opportunities and obstacles

    • Posted July 23, 2020
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  • Council of Europe starts work on legally-binding AI treaty

    The Council of Europe is working on a future legal framework to regulate the use of artificial intelligence (AI) across all 47 member states. The Council’s Ad hoc Committee on

    • Posted July 22, 2020
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  • Reset your economy: the power of green stimulus packages

    Around the world, governments are using stimulus packages to jump-start business growth. Catherine Early explores the potential of ‘green recovery’ investments, designed to reshape as well as rebuild national economies

    • Posted July 17, 2020
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