News Clips

October 29, 2019
"If Germany's guidelines were to inspire the EU's forthcoming AI legislation, the EU will indeed manage to set a global standard — a blueprint on what to do to fail in the digital economy," Eline Chivot told U.S. Nwes & World report. "And if Germany attempts to act on these policy recommendations alone, it will undermine its goals of both remaining a leader in Industry 4.0 and promoting a digital single market across the EU."
October 28, 2019
Large companies are acquiring AI firms “because the technology has reached a state where it can provide significant benefits,” Michael McLaughlin told the Wall Street Journal.
October 27, 2019
Daniel Castro told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that, if the rules aren’t written carefully, they could make it easier for bad actors to gain access to user data. “The ability of platforms to curate the user experience and respond to problems like harassment, fake news and bots could be severely compromised,” he said.
October 25, 2019
“There’s no question that Amazon is taking market share from midsize and small retailers. Who the heck cares? They’re not doing it in an unfair way. They’re doing it because consumers decide,” Robert Atkinson told Bloomberg Businessweek.
October 24, 2019
“The German Data Ethics Commission’s recommendations on A.I. send a worrying signal to businesses that they risk adopting A.I. at their own peril,” Eline Chivot told Fortune. 
October 24, 2019
“But it’s not clear the Trump administration will even get a deal; if they get a deal, whether it will include these kinds of subsidies… and if it does include them, whether the Chinese will actually take meaningful action," Rob Atkinson told the Washington Post.
October 24, 2019
"We've seen in other technologies that if you have customers willing to pay more, they could pilot the systems, and costs could come down. That's what these programs do," David Hart told E&E News.
October 23, 2019
Forbes covered ITIF's report showing that the United States is continuing to fall behind other developed countries in funding for university research.
October 22, 2019
Fast Company covered ITIF's report showing that the United States ranks near the bottom quarter of developed countries when it comes to what percentage of GDP is contributed to research universities.
October 18, 2019
"In the broader sense, this agreement represents progress towards putting in place the new types of agreements that are needed to manage legitimate issues, like cross-border data flows," Nigel Cory told U.S. News & World Report. "It's a positive approach that countries can take to address what is a legitimate concern without resorting to harmful other approaches such as local data storage and stuff."

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