Instead of hard law, AI is governed by a patchwork of guidelines and ethics programmes. Could these help inform upcoming legislation?
The UK's post-Brexit data plans include potentially reforming rules around AI decision making. But experts say the costs could outweigh the benefits.
The US, Europe and other democracies must work together on digital standards or autocratic regimes will lead the way.
techUK's new local digital capital index calls for greater collaboration, but competition for valuable government funds makes this tricky.
An investigation by Japan's Fair Trade Commission has prompted Apple to loosen its grip on in-app payments, as regulators pay closer attention to the app platforms.
The social network's latest foray into digital payments is unlikely to have a smooth ride when it comes to regulatory approval.
From personal data pods to the 'spatial web', ideas are forming for the next stage in the evolution of the worldwide web.
Plans for a "pro-competition regime" for digital markets post-Brexit have been revealed, and could have far-reaching consequences for major tech companies.
Uber has long been a poster child of 'digital disruption', but with cumulative losses of $25bn since 2016 alone, is its model relevant to organisations not chasing growth at all costs?
A US think tank says the Artificial Intelligence Act will cost the European economy €10bn a year in compliance costs by 2025, but the European Commission disputes those figures.
Relaxing regulations could see the UK become an early adopter of critical technologies, the authors of new tech manifesto argue.