Lunchtime Policy Dialogue Series, co-organised by CEPS and the British Council, that will be looking at the consequences of Brexit for the EU and the UK, and, more importantly, the future of EU-UK collaboration.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly used in a wide variety of industrial and retail services. Its diffusion promises to massively change market structure, the competitive dynamics and the business models used to deliver services to end users.
Europe is a privacy superpower. It believes protecting this fundamental right represents a moral imperative. But debates on European data protection laws often fail to attempt to balance strict privacy rules with their impact on investments, innovation and economic growth.
For six years running, ECMI has brought together an excellent line-up of leading academics, policy-makers and industry representatives to share their expertise on capital markets at its Annual Conference, attracting participants from across Europe and beyond.
This event aims to present findings of the final report of the one year research project led by the Queen Mary University London and CEPS on "Anti-Smuggling Policies and their Intersection with Humanitarian Assistance and Social Trust" and to launch of the web-page oftestimonies of civil society act
Seminar co-organised with SWP and EUROPEUM
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Registration and coffee from 10.30 - Meeting from 10.40 to 14.45
NB: your participation will be confirmed via email from Anne-Marie Boudou (without this confirmation you will not be able to participate).
Nathalie Tocci, lead pen-holder of the 2016 EU Global Strategy (EUGS) and author of a book which traces the origins, politics, process and content of the EUGS will share her unique insights to offer a better understanding of European foreign policy-making.