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October 6, 2022

Fighting Back Against Antitrust Populism

Aurelien Portuese chairs an expert panel discussion on “Fighting Back Against Antitrust Populism” as part of a Cato conference—“New Challenges to the Free Economy (from Left and Right)”—that brings together leading economists and policymakers to discuss the ascendant political threats of progressivism and national conservatism to the free economy.

October 6, 2022

The Politicization of Business: What Gives?

Robert Atkinson participates in an expert panel discussion on “The Politicization of Business: What Gives” as part of a Cato conference—“New Challenges to the Free Economy (from Left and Right)”—that brings together leading economists and policymakers to discuss the ascendant political threats of progressivism and national conservatism to the free economy.

October 7, 2022

How AI and Open Data Can Help Combat the Climate Crisis, Inequity, and More

Kir Nuthi will be speaking at the 2022 EBF Conference, discussing artificial Intelligence (AI), what AI should and should not be used for, and how AI can enhance leadership and business goals.

October 13, 2022

How to Ensure Fair Industrial Data-Sharing Terms in the Framework of the EU Data Act

Kir Nuthi will be participating in the How to Ensure Fair Industrial Data-Sharing Terms in the Framework of the EU Data Act panel to discuss how to best balance the opportunities and risks associated with the Data Act as proposed by the European Commission.

Past Presentations

September 27, 2022

“Digital Discrimination” Under the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act

Joe Kane, Director of Broadband and Spectrum Policy at ITIF, moderated a discussion on the FCC’s ongoing efforts to effectuate this portion of the statute and how policymakers can best achieve the goal of equitable broadband deployment.

September 27, 2022

The State of Innovation

Robert Atkinson spoke at signature Protocol Live event, “The State of Innovation,” which was held virtually on September 27th.

September 27, 2022

How the United States Can Address the Data Divide

Gillian Diebold, policy analyst at the Center for Data Innovation discussed the topics and coverage of the "How Can the United States Address the Data Divide?" webinar and the conclusions and suggestions made by the various speakers.

September 26, 2022

Promoting Digital Exports From Bangladesh: What Role for Cross-Border Data Flows?

Daniel Castro will speak at an event organized by the Research and Policy Integration for Development (RAPID) on "Promoting Digital Exports from Bangladesh: What Role for Cross-border Data Flows? on Monday, September 26, 2022 at 7:00 PM BST.

September 25, 2022

The Online Safety Bill Will Break the Internet: What Should Labour Do?

Kir Nuthi will moderate the SME4Labour x 89up fringe event “The Online Safety Bill Will Break the Internet: What Should Labour Do?” on Sept. 25, 2022.

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