What does 2023 have in store for technology, policy, and regulation?
2023 represents a defining year for the tech sector. AI and Web 3.0 are exerting an ever-growing influence on businesses, governments, and consumers alike. Data privacy and cybersecurity have never been so fundamental. Cryptocurrencies and the metaverse are facing unprecedented levels of regulatory scrutiny. The viability of autonomous vehicles hangs in the balance.
Access Partnership operates at the intersection of these issues, serving as a conduit between the public and private sectors to aid their strategic decision-making. Our annual Tech Policy Trends report offers a unique insight into the issues that will shape the months ahead, and this year’s edition is no different.
From how US-China relations will impact global semiconductor prices to the impact of space sustainability rules on mega-constellations, our experts have harnessed their industry-leading expertise across government relations, policy analysis, and compliance and licensing to share what they view as ten of the most pressing trends of the next 12 months, as well as the implications and likely outcomes. The areas they cover are as follows:
- Web 3.0 and the next web
- Infrastructure and supply chain security in the EU
- The Metaverse: exploring its regulatory future
- US-China relations
- The future of AI policy
- Sustainability and the fight for the occupation of space
- Autonomous vehicles
- Data transfers
No matter what sector you work in or which region you turn to, uncertainty surrounds us. As industry disrupters, Access Partnership already knows what governments and businesses view as their biggest hurdles by leveraging our global presence to identify, analyse, and overcome them. Get ahead of the headlines for 2023 by reading our inside insight.
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