Friday 9 November, 1330 – 1430

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Europe is at the threshold of an industrial future that is likely to be driven by artificial intelligence. How this will play out, and the costs of the transition to a new industrial age, are not yet apparent, but policy-makers and societies need to prepare the groundwork now in order to be able to design the future and not be left at the mercy of the forces of technology. In this context, regulation, standards and governance will play a key part. How can this be achieved given the limits of policy-makers’ reach, and the need for cooperation between competing public and private interests?

 

 

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