IT Pro 20/20: What the EU's new AI rules mean for business

IT Pro 20/20 Issue 17 - What the EU's new AI rules mean for business

Welcome to issue 17 of IT Pro 20/20, distilling the most important themes of the previous month into an easy-to-read package.

In this issue, we once again look at how regulations are shaping the development of technology. Our lead story is a deep-dive into the EU's recent attempts to create a GDPR-like framework for AI, and what this might mean for businesses across the bloc.

Keeping with that theme, we also explain how altcoins work and how they fit into a market likely to face tough new rules in the coming years, and also examine the ways in which businesses can walk that fine line between privacy and personalisation.

Also in this issue, you'll find an in-depth analysis of IBM's recent pivot to the cloud, and a look at why Formula 1 teams are so enamoured with big tech.

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IT Pro 20/20 Issue 17 cover

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Dale Walker

Dale Walker is the Managing Editor of ITPro, and its sibling sites CloudPro and ChannelPro. Dale has a keen interest in IT regulations, data protection, and cyber security. He spent a number of years reporting for ITPro from numerous domestic and international events, including IBM, Red Hat, Google, and has been a regular reporter for Microsoft's various yearly showcases, including Ignite.