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UK could face more passport application chaos this year unless ‘clunky systems’ are upgraded This article is sponsored by:

Hundreds of thousands of British citizens faced delays to their passport applications as COVID-19 travel restrictions were lifted in 2022 - largely as a result of poor systems and external contractors not meeting service level agreements.

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UK’s Digital Services Tax brings in more revenue than expected - but delays to an international tax agreement risk future success This article is sponsored by:

The UK’s implementation of a Digital Services Tax has proven successful so far, but concerns about the future of the OECD’s international plans pose a risk to future revenue gains.

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UK sets out new approach to regulating AI that will replace ‘patchwork of legal regimes’ This article is sponsored by:

The UK is often cited as being placed third in the world for AI research and development. But with the speed at which AI tools are developing, it’s a delicate balancing act between fostering innovation and protecting society.

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Could the British Government compete with US private companies creating Artificial General Intelligence? This article is sponsored by:

We don’t yet know in what ways the development of Artificial General Intelligence will impact all our lives, but there doesn’t seem to be any sort of aggressive plan in the UK to help shape the impact.

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