ANDREW HARROP: It is the right moment to take stock of Europe’s public services and consider their future over the next 10 to 15 years.
In this collection, contributors from across Europe and the UK offer an insight into how the 2020s can be a time of great possibility for public services, with huge potential for new technologies to meet our shared needs and strong public interest institutions working in collaboration not competition.
AREEQ CHOWDHURY: We must combat disinformation with a civil internet tax.
CLAIRE MCCARTHY: Shifting the fundamental ownership dynamic in our economy is a prerequisite to achieving an economy in which technology is a friend not an enemy of the worker.
NORMAN PICKAVANCE: Artificial intelligence and robotics will impact work in different ways and each will require a different strategic policy response.
In a speech at the Community conference in Liverpool today, Yvette Cooper MP will present the emerging findings of the Commission on Workers and Technology.