BSCC Focus: AI and Responsibility with Viveka Bonde

AI and Responsibility As advances in AI occur at a high speed, many questions arise – not only of technical character but also economic, legal, ethical and societal issues arise, to mention a few. Because of this, as AI develops perhaps the most important need of AI advances is the need to think responsibility. The panelists; Neelima Misra (Centigo), Anna Berggren (Trygghetsrådet), Anna Hjalmarsson (Artificial Solutions) and Minanda Fritz (LightNet Foundation), identified ...

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Implications of Brexit

Following the EU referendum on 23 June 2016, the UK voted to leave the EU. The impact of UK leaving the EU is likely to have large potential economic impacts, both in the short and long run. The EU is UK’s largest trading partner and the British service sector is the largest sector in the UK, dominating London’s economy. The Brexit effect on the euro area, the British economy and ...

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BSCC Focus: Report on Brexit with Peter Ruskin

Report on Brexit with Peter Ruskin, Acting Ambassador, at the British Embassy in Sweden Three years after the United Kingdom European Union membership referendum, also known as Brexit referendum, was held, the UK is preparing for October 31st, and departing the EU. New British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is determined to lead the country out of the union by deadline day, with or without agreeing upon an exit deal. This was ...

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The Government of the United Kingdom Brexit website now live

The Government's Get Ready for Brexit website is now live. On the webpage you can find all the information on what you need to know to prepare for Brexit. Follow the link below to visit the webpage: > Get Ready For Brexit The UK is leaving the EU and to find out more about how you need to prepare for Brexit the British Government has now published a website with information for ...

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BSCC Focus: Sir Alan Parker

Sir Alan Parker on Business in the age of Connectivity “It’s enormously valuable to get people together, in particular business leaders, to share ideas and discuss pressing issues.” – Sir Alan Parker Sir Alan Parker, Founder and Chairman of BSCC Patron Brunswick Group shared his ideas about what connectivity and the evolving digitisation mean for business at the first event with the BSCC this autumn. The speed and connectivity of digital platforms ...

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BCC International Trade Summit 2019 – London

Trading in a time of uncertainty 17 October 2019, Hilton Bankside, London The British Chambers of Commerce sits at the heart of a unique network of Chamers of Commerce and businesses across the UK. The BCC help businesses to connect, succeed and grow both nationally and internationally. The Annual International Trade Summit is designed to give businesses, whatever stage of the export journey they are at, help to take their business to ...

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Brexit Update from the British Embassy in Stockholm August 2019

https://www.facebook.com/Britishembassystockholm/videos/355498348716336/   Brexit Update August 2019 from Peter Ruskin, Acting Ambassador at the British Embassy in Stockholm "The new British government, led by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, is committed to the UK leaving the EU on 31st October, with or without a deal.  We would prefer to leave with a deal and we will work hard to get a better deal. If it’s not possible to reach a deal we will have to leave ...

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Boris Johnson becomes the UK’s new Prime Minister and promises to deliver Brexit by the 31 October

  The fear of a no-deal Brexit has risen since Boris Johnson has entered 10 Downing Street. His conservative party holds only a slim working majority in Parliament. But he has nonetheless promised to carry out Britain’s exit from the European Union by the 31. A challenge that Britain’s previous PM Theresa May admits ‘underestimating’. The OBR has warned that a no-deal Brexit would plunge Britain into a recession. Boris Johnson has ...

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