Digital politics AI, big data and the future of democracy

August 22, 2019

For billions of people, the digital transformation has brought enormous benefits and convenience. Yet, policymakers and market participants will likely only be able to understand the full economic and political implications in hindsight. This is a major challenge when it comes to addressing the risks and opportunities of technology for democratic institutions and processes. Digital technology can be used in the service of liberal or authoritarian societies, strengthening both government accountability and repressive capabilities. It has led to unprecedented access to and exchange of information, and it has amplified the spread of misinformation, echo chambers and propaganda, thereby possibly contributing to rising populism and the polarization of democratic societies.

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