Can AI prevent financial crises?

Financial markets have inherent instability. Daniel Dăianu considers the role of AI but finds it hard to imagine a complete replacement of human judgment in monetary policy


Adapting the EU AI Act to deal with generative artificial intelligence

Generative AI might hold enormous promise, but its risks have also been noted. The European Union’s draft AI Act already needs to be revised to account for the opportunities and harms of generative AI, J Scott Marcus argues


Entry and competition in mobile app stores

The EU’s Digital Markets Act opens up the possibility of increased innovation in app stores on mobile devices. Fiona Scott Morton examines the exciting potential benefits


Can AI change economic logic and bring abundance for all?

Daniel Daianu asks if AI can address imbalances between needs and resources sustainably by bringing about abundance for all?


The chicken-and-egg problem in the EU Digital Markets Act

Business users are needed to help create useful interfaces, while useful interfaces are needed to justify investment and entry by business users. Fiona Scott Morton considers possible solutions to this dilemma


After USTR’s move, global governance of digital trade is fraught with unknowns

The US has dropped its support for unhindered international digital trade. Patrick Leblond argues that it now makes an e-commerce agreement at the WTO more likely