Gone are the days when Europe’s “tech” sector largely comprised consumer-oriented e-commerce businesses – often blatant knockoffs of successful US companies. Today, Europe is the home of real pioneering innovation, led by what Atomico calls “deep tech” – the kind of artificial intelligence developed by Google’s DeepMind. Deep tech accounted for $1.3 billion of European venture investments in 2015, delivered in 82 rounds, up from $289 million, delivered in 55 rounds, in 2011.
Brexit complications continue, Spain's desire for Gibraltar is the latest one
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U.K.'s departure from EU has began ..... Experts are concerned about the following 5 key issues 1. Financial commitments there seems to be agreement over honoring existing joint spending commitments is anticipated through 2019, however supporting infrastructure, social and other commitments continue to be a area of disagreement. 2. Migrant rights Current rules allow British citizens… Continue reading Brexit has started
The silver lining however also comes with a few cautions, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) have recently expressed concerns about the fact that growth remains tepid and remains fragile could be rapidly disrupted by current and projected geopolitical events.