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By Cristina Murroni

The IIC’s Spring Telecommunications and Media Forum (TMF) held in Brussels, hosted by Belgium regulator BIPT, explored the theme of artificial intelligence (AI) from several perspectives. The recent events surrounding Cambridge Analytica and Facebook have dramatically brought to the fore the complexities of dealing with data-rich services, and the need for a comprehensive debate on the ethics of the digital world.
With an inspirational peek into the future, Rohit Talwar (Fast Future Research) set the ball rolling. He stressed the importance of increasing our understanding of AI inside businesses before committing to investments, as nearly half of $800bn of IT investment is wasted because of people not understanding technology.


At the IIC’s TMF in Brussels, artificial intelligence and data privacy were dominant issues for single market thinkers, as CRISTINA MURRONI reports

Intermedia Issue:
Volume 46, Issue 02
Issue Date:
July 2018
Cristina Murroni Cristina Murroni Telecoms and Media Analyst

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