All the results of the consultation will feed into the forthcoming European Parliamentary Research Service ‘Cost of Non-Europe on Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Report’, and help the European Parliament to address the ethical, economic, legal, and social issues arising in the area of robotics and artificial intelligence for civil use.
INNOV8 is a conference organized by EPICENTER. It will focus on a number of different aspects of innovation and will comprise of important discussions on how European policy should move forward. INNOV8 is a conference for EU-decision makers, innovative companies, and start-ups to meet and explore ways how Europe can become the leading force in the adoption of new technologies. The conference will address several exciting areas of progress: artificial intelligence & digitalisation, fintech & banking, and innovation in food supply & health.
The far-reaching changes in the world of work, such as the blurring of the previously well-defined roles of employers and workers and the rise in the number of workers in precarious employment, make it imperative for the role of social dialogue and collective bargaining to be acknowledged and strengthened, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) said in a recent exploratory opinion requested by the Estonian presidency and adopted at the EESC’s last plenary session in September.
Update – the summary record is now available.
This morning, all member states of the European Union, together with the European Free Trade Association countries Liechtenstein, Norway, Iceland and Switzerland signed the Tallinn e-Government Declaration. In the Tallinn Declaration, the common goals for e-government development over the next five years have been agreed on, providing direction for both national and pan-European innovation.
Digital ministers of EU member states, e-government experts, and civil society representatives will meet today at the Tallinn Creative Hub (Kultuurikatel) to discuss how to share the user experience of e-government technologies between countries.
Challenges of future work will be best tackled through strong social policies and education, says EESC.