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June 10, 2024|Testimonies & Filings

Comments Before the Turkish Competition Authority Regarding Act No. 4054 on the Protection of Competition

Ex-ante regulation is not only unnecessary in view of Turkey’s growing digital markets, but likely to chill the very innovation it seeks to promote. Through a number of per se bans for behavior that is very often pro-competitive, consumers will be harmed—a fact that is already happening in Europe with its own DMA.

May 31, 2024|Presentations

ITIF Panel at WSIS+20: Beyond “Tech Imperialism”

A narrative has taken hold in both advanced and emerging economies that blame advanced technology for a range of societal ill. Yet it is technological innovation that delivers the growth, productivity and scale needed to achieve the WSIS vision of a “development-oriented Information Society.” ITIF will host a panel discussion to unpack critical ingredients for achieving that vision.

May 28, 2024|Presentations

Dublin Tech Summit, 2024: Can Tech Save Us?

Rob Atkinson appeared at the 2024 Dublin Tech Summit to speak about the real-world impact of governance surrounding AI and other transformative technologies.

May 28, 2024|Blogs

The EU’s DMA Investigations Place Innovation Under Microscope

Across the board, the DMA is being misapplied to target benign business conduct at the expense of both EU consumers and businesses as well as American tech companies.

May 9, 2024|Testimonies & Filings

Comments to the UK Competition and Markets Authority Regarding the Microsoft-Mistral AI Partnership

Given that the Microsoft-Mistral AI partnership does not create a relevant merger situation, does not harm competition, and has a pro-competitive impact on the market, the CMA should not intervene.

May 9, 2024|Testimonies & Filings

Comments to the UK Competition and Markets Authority Regarding the Amazon-Anthropic Partnership

Given that the Amazon-Anthropic partnership does not create a relevant merger situation, does not harm competition, and has a pro-competitive impact on the market, the CMA should not intervene.

May 9, 2024|Testimonies & Filings

Comments to the UK Competition and Markets Authority Regarding Microsoft and Inflection AI

Given that Microsoft’s non-exclusive licensing of Inflection AI’s model and its hiring of former Inflection AI employees does not create a relevant merger situation, does not harm competition, and has a pro-competitive impact on the market, the CMA should not intervene.

May 1, 2024|Blogs

EU Steering in Wrong Direction With DMA Investigations

The EU Commission is charting the wrong course by investigating large American technology companies under the Digital Markets Act for competitive behavior like anti-steering rules.

April 17, 2024|Blogs

Why the EU Should Look to Estonia to Achieve Its Vision for a Digital Europe

At the start of its digital transformation, Estonia had a GDP per capita of $3,134. By 2022, it was $28,247—an increase of more than 800 percent in less than 30 years. Its journey holds lessons for the EU.

April 16, 2024|Events

How Can the UK Encourage the Uptake of AI in the Public Sector?

Watch now for a panel discussion exploring the hurdles impeding the widespread adoption of AI in the public sector and examining actionable steps to empower and facilitate the sector in harnessing the benefits of this cutting-edge technology.

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