The Regulators do not trust the people. Yet the people do not trust the Regulators. Partisans of innovation need to take the right side in this dispute. It’s time for them to state unequivocally that further state laws and regulations around innovation are in general likely to circumscribe it and slow it down, not enhance it. You don’t have to be a believer in free market forces to agree with that.
- May 12, ’16 Discussion: Innovation, growth and London’s new Mayor, 13/5 (London)
- Jan 13, ’16 Discussion: Networked nations and the UK’s digital strategy
- Nov 17, ’15 Talk: James Woudhuysen in Future of Innovation Debate, 17/11/2015
- Sep 22, ’15 Reflections on ‘Could A Robot Do My Job?’ BBC documentary
- Sep 22, ’15 Discussion: Automation anxiety