June 26, 2019
By Alex Leggett, Research Executive, FleishmanHillard Brussels It appears that EU policymakers have finally woken up to the widespread impact that is certain to come from the further development of AI. Emerging technologies, such as AI, will present a challenge to policymakers as they try to catch up with the pace of development. However, this also presents an opportunity for Europe’s politicians to shape development in a policy area with little concrete legislation. On 26...
June 14, 2019
FleishmanHillard’s has released a new global report entitled: ‘From Darlings to Damaged: Managing the technology sector’s reputation in an age of heightened scrutiny’. The report includes survey results from 1,000 consumers each from the US and the UK about their feelings and engagement with technology companies as well as insights and opinions from industry experts, heads of tech companies, academics and FleishmanHillard’s tech specialists from around the world. The article below was written by Crispin Mäenpää...
November 9, 2018
On Thursday 8 November, FleishmanHillard held a Breakfast event entitled ‘The future of energy: how will artificial intelligence impact the energy sector?’. The event gave the energy sector representatives the opportunity to share their opinions directly with the Commission, represented by Head of Unit on New energy technologies, innovation and clean coal, Mr. Haitze Siemers, from the Directorate General for Energy. Agata Pavía, VP & Head of FleishmanHillard Technology Team and Matt Hinde, Director of...
October 31, 2018
Artificial Intelligence (AI) certainly counts among the most important innovations within the technology sphere this decade, and it is expected to have a revolutionary impact across traditional industry sectors. The energy industry is no exception to this, and already AI is being used in applications from managing energy demand to mapping new energy resources. However, as AI rises so do questions about its impact on energy producers’ and suppliers’ business model as well as on...
July 18, 2018
The beginning of the end of life as we know it, or an unheralded force for good? The Artificial Intelligence (AI) debate frequently swings across both extremes. One thing’s for sure. It’s a topic that’s impacting all of our clients, across all industries and sectors, in all markets and in all organisations, whatever their size or scale. So which side of the argument is right? Will Artificial Intelligence deliver an uncontrollable army of robots, stealing...
Technology Roundtable – Artificial Intelligence and the EU: A global leader or a missed opportunity?
April 5, 2018
In 2016, two thirds of all investments into Artificial Intelligence (AI) were made in the U.S. Meanwhile, China is rapidly developing AI products due to the vast amounts of data created by the 1.4 billion mobile phone subscriptions and 800 million internet users, figures greater than the US and EU combined. With the race for global AI leadership well and truly underway, the European Commission will deliver their EU Strategic Plan for AI on 25...