Navigate the risks and opportunities created by new technology, AI regulation and increased government investment
What impact will a fragmented internet landscape, where data, ideas and capital do not flow freely across borders, have on different business sectors? How will rapid developments in generative AI affect business models in an environment characterised by industrial policy and sharpening international competition?
We help our clients understand how geopolitical fragmentation is transforming the regulatory landscape for tech and AI and give them the tools to stay ahead of the curve.
“Geopolitics is reshaping the tech sector in profound ways as governments compete for control of cutting edge industries of the future.”
Katrin leads client engagements on German politics and developments affecting the global technology industry. She served as state secretary for the German Federal Ministry of Defence, where she was responsible for armament, cyber and information technology.View Profile
Brian served as the director of the White House National Economic Council, advising President Joe Biden on domestic and international economic policy and coordinating the administration’s economic agenda.
Noah is the Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, where he is also chair of the Society of Fellows. He specializes in US constitutional studies, with a particular emphasis on the relationship between law and religion, free speech, constitutional design and the history of legal theory.
Catherine is a leading European politics expert and director of Counterpoint, an organisation offering research and advice on the dynamics of dissent and consent. She is a longstanding advisor to French political leaders and campaigns.
Katrin leads client engagements on German politics and developments affecting the global technology industry. She served as state secretary for the German Federal Ministry of Defence, where she was responsible for armament, cyber and information technology.
Kenji E. Kushida
Kenji advises clients on Asia, with a focus on Japan. He is a senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, an international research fellow at the Canon Institute for Global Studies and non-resident senior fellow at the Tokyo Institute for Policy Studies. He was an adjunct lecturer at Stanford University.
Constantijn Van Oranje-Nassau
Constantijn is MAP’s director of digital technology and macro strategy. He has worked in both private and public sectors as an advisor on digital strategy, including to the European Commission and the Dutch Foreign Ministry.