From Tax Avoidance to AI: Policy Challenges in the Age of Big Data and Digital Monopolies

Launch of the Communication and Media Research Institute’s (CAMRI)
Policy Brief Series
Tuesday, July 3, 2018, 18:30-20:00
Venue: The Boardroom at University of Westminster, Regent Street Campus
(309 Regent Street London W1B 2H)
The event will feature presentations of the first briefs published by CAMRI in its new policy series:
Mercedes Bunz:
“Artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things: UK PolicynOpportunities and Challenges”
Christian Fuchs:
“The Online Advertising Tax: A Digital Policy Innovation”
“The Online Advertising Tax as the Foundation of a Public Service Internet”
Hard copies of the reports will be available at the event.
The presentations will be followed by a drinks reception.
In an age where the accelerated development of media and communications creates profound opportunities and challenges for society, politics and the economy, the CAMRI Policy Brief series 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.
The publications are available here: