In the next issue of Verdict Magazine, out in September, we continue our coverage of the changing world, and how technologies and businesses are playing a role in transforming it, with a particular focus on the political landscape ahead of the US presidential elections.
Technology played a vital – and arguably devastating – role in the election of Donald Trump in 2016, so four years on, what has changed, and have things got better or worse? We speak to leaders in the space, including data privacy experts and political observers, to find out how the interplay between technology and politics has evolved – and what we’re likely to see happen in the coming years.
Elsewhere, with e-scooters finally having a path to legality in the UK, we look at the nascent UK e-scooter market, looking at the business opportunities, key players and main hurdles the industry faces. We also explore how technologies are helping businesses chart the increasingly uncertain economic environment, including how Cervest’s AI technologies are being used to predict climate risk for business assets.
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Deputy Editor | Robert Scammell
Writers | Ellen Daniel, Luke Christou
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