From Tax Avoidance to AI: Policy Challenges in the Age of Big Data and
Communication and Media Research Institute
Tuesday, July 3, 2018
Venue: The Boardroom at University of Westminster, Regent Street Campus
(309 Regent Street London W1B 2H)
Launch of the CAMRI Policy Brief Series
The event will feature two presentations:
Christian Fuchs will present his research on tax avoidance by Facebook
and Google and what can be done about it, based on his policy brief ‘The
online advertising tax: A digital policy innovation’ and the report 'The
Online Advertising Tax as the Foundation of a Public Service Internet'.
Mercedes Bunz will highlight the challenges brought about by artificial
intelligence and review related policy strategies from the UK, US,
Canada, China and EU, based on her policy brief ‘Artificial intelligence
and the internet of things: UK Policy Opportunities and Challenges’.
The presentations will be followed by a drinks reception.
The CAMRI Policy Brief series provides rigorous and evidence-based
policy advice and policy analysis on a variety of media and
communication related topics. In an age where the accelerated
development of media and communications creates profound opportunities
and challenges for society, politics and the economy, this series cuts
through the noise and offers up-to-date knowledge and evidence grounded
in original research in order to respond to these changes in all their
complexity. By using Open Access and a concise, easy-to-read format,
this peer reviewed series aims to make new research from the University
of Westminster available to the public, to policymakers, practitioners,
journalists, activists and scholars both nationally and internationally.
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