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The solution to fake news? Manage it

The solution to fake news? Manage it

Seeking drastic fixes raises the spectre of unintended consequences.

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Preferring humans to AI

Preferring humans to AI

There will be many jobs AI can do better than humans. We might want humans to carry on doing them anyway.

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We have every reason to be optimistic about the digital revolution.

We have every reason to be optimistic about the digital revolution.

The right kind of regulation can result in the right kind of change.

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Stepping up for platforms, stepping back from media

Stepping up for platforms, stepping back from media

We need journalism to survive in the exploding era of news

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The public sector can set the standards for data ethics

The public sector can set the standards for data ethics

Does 'Ethics by design' now have an unwitting champion?

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There can be no democracy without accountability

There can be no democracy without accountability

We are moving from a hierarchical structure to a connected and networked society – from ‘Command-and-Control’ to ‘Connect-and-Collaborate’.

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We need to embrace a new era of maturity

We need to embrace a new era of maturity

A new construct for consumers is required, but it mustn’t detract from the opportunities that await.

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Ethical Standards in artificial intelligence

Ethical Standards in artificial intelligence

For Europe to lead in AI it must lead in ethical standards. It is a pre-requisite that we create an environment of trust by design.

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When is content local?

When is content local?

With more programming accessible to global audiences, we need to decide what we mean by local content.

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Meeting the Ethical Challenge of AI

Meeting the Ethical Challenge of AI

One of the buzz-phrases in the current privacy debate is “privacy by design” or even, “privacy as a design experience”. The essence of this, logically enough, is that privacy should be “designed-in” to a service or product from the outset, rather than have to be bolted on afterwards once the implications have become clear.

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