June 2018

  • Health promotion and disease prevention: “Use the power in the EU to empower a healthy you!”

    This blog includes the key takeaways that emerged in the policy debate “Health promotion and disease prevention: finding the right ingredients” organized by the FTI Consulting Brussels Health Practice on 20 June.     This is a timely moment to discuss health promotion and disease prevention. As highlighted by the Companion Report 2017 published by…

  • Italy: Our thoughts on the new government

    Last night, almost three months after the Italian general election, the President, Sergio Mattarella, appointed a new political government supported by the Five Star Movement and the League. The government’s mandate comes into effect later today and will be led by Giuseppe Conte as Prime Minister, while the leaders of the two abovementioned parties (Di…

  • Hello GDPR, Goodbye AI? Not quite. The implication of GDPR for Europe’s AI ambitions

    AI is currently one of the most used acronyms in the EU tech bubble.     Just last month the European Commission published its strategy on artificial intelligence, while several European countries are working on their own AI approaches: Finland revealed its plan on 18 December 2017, France published the Villani Report on 29 March…

  • The Race for AI Leadership

    The race for leadership in Artificial Intelligence (AI) is well underway.   A recent FTI Consulting snapshot outlined that governments across the globe have shifted gears, taking a more active role on AI. China has already claimed it will out-compete the US before 2030 as global AI leader, while countries such as Japan or Canada…

  • FTI Consulting trading challenge

      With the clock ticking, there is much speculation around which legislation will make the cut before a new European Commission and Parliament take the floor. Financial Services remains a sector of heated debate with high volatility and little margin for error. FTI Consulting has hedged its bets on which pieces of legislation may have…

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