This service assesses and anticipates how governments and policymakers in the EU and UK are adapting to drastic technological change.
In response to the unprecedented pace of software and hardware evolution, policymakers are compelled to put in place guardrails for innovation, while political leaders must navigate the geopolitical and economic impact of these advancements. Certain technological changes stand to affect all industries and challenge notions of privacy, security, intellectual property, autonomy and competitiveness.
This service focuses on the politics and policy developments in artificial intelligence. Additionally, it covers the emerging policy areas of virtual worlds, quantum computing, and the ‘Internet of Things’.