Chapter 1 provides an overview of the current state of data-driven innovation (DDI) across Europe. DDI forms a key pillar in the 21st century sources of growth.
Today, the Lisbon Council launches The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence: How AI Can End Discrimination and Make the World a Smarter, Better Place, a ground-breaking policy brief that explores the nature of artificial intelligence and proposes a seven-point programme for a successful European policy resp
This document focuses on the identification of the advances and challenges related to practices focused on achieving the SDGs for 2030 in Colombia. Having as a central and transversal axis the use, adoption and appropriation of ICT by people, industries and institutions, a roadmap is presented to take full advantage of the opportunities offered by new technologies to not only meet our quota of ODS, but to lead the region in the knowledge economy.
During the next decades the mobility sector will go through some dramatic changes because of several factors such as the growing number of people moving to (and within) urban areas, the shift toward an even more individual and personalized mobility and the growth of tourism flows.
Regulators can better use big data and machine learning to save time and money for businesses, individuals and themselves, according to a new report from the C.D. Howe Institute.
The draft Amendments propose a new Regulation that would oblige licensees to provide prepaid data bundles with a minimum expiry period of three years.
This E-Brief introduces a new innovation policy report card, comparing key policy indicators affecting innovation performance across 14 countries, focusing on the implications for Canada. The report card aims specifically to be useful to
This report highlights how pass-through registration works in practice and what the future of homesharing in San Francisco looks like in the wake of PTR.
This iCom study examines how information and communications technologies will prove pivotal to the future of energy innovation.
Transport for London (TfL), the government agency responsible for regulating transportation in the UK’s capital, recently decided to revoke Uber’s license to operate within Greater London.