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04 July 2019 Nigel Parker
28 June 2019 Megan McMellon
On 18 June, Google and Sanofi announced a new collaboration aimed at accelerating healthcare innovation. The collaboration has three key objectives: to better understand patients and diseases; to increase Sanofi’s operational efficiency; and to improve the experience of Sanofi’s patients and customers. Google and Sanofi will develop an Innovation Lab to test and explore both › Read More
24 June 2019 Karishma Brahmbhatt
Following its adtech fact-finding forum in March this year, on 20 June 2019 the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) published its Update report into adtech and real time bidding. The good news for those engaging in online behavioural advertising is that the report acknowledges that “the automated delivery of ad impressions is here to stay”. › Read More
12 June 2019 Emma Keeling
The UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (the ICO) and Alan Turing Institute (the national institute for data science and AI, the Turing) have, in the first week of June, published their interim report (the Report) into Project ExplAIn. What is Project ExplAIn? As national and international institutions and organisations endeavour to publish AI guidelines and recommendations › Read More
03 June 2019 Emma Keeling
At the end of May, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) member countries achieved a first – signing up to a Recommendation on Artificial Intelligence (AI) (the Recommendation) that, it is hoped, will promote innovative and trustworthy AI, respecting human rights and democratic values. With that aim, the Recommendation sets out five broadly › Read More
20 March 2019 Antonio Bavasso
On 13 March the UK Government published a report by an expert panel established by the Chancellor and led by Harvard economist and former White House economic adviser, Jason Furman, on reforms to competition rules and regulation in the digital sector: “Unlocking digital competition”. Executive summary The report was commissioned in the context of global › Read More