Technology has become an essential part of our lives, which is a clear sign of the unstoppable process of digitalisation that our society is undergoing. Disruptive digital platforms, robotics, artificial intelligence, drones, autonomous cars or blockchain are some examples of the innovation that has come to stay and that is changing from the way of doing business to the way people interact.
One of the main challenges of this revolution is regulation, the current rules are “analogic” and law is always a step behind reality. How new technologies should be regulated? A flexible and proportioned legislation is needed in order to leave some space for innovation and entrepreneurship allowing new technological advances and at the same time, protecting the general interest of citizens.From Vinces, we advise our technological clients on the establishment of channels of communication and stable structures of participation with policymakers, regulatory bodies and social organizations in the search of innovative means of regulation as a result of the consideration between public authorities, companies and society.