The Future of Internet Conference will gather European and international stakeholders who will assess what the future of our digital societies may look like, focus on the advanced technologies that will act as game changers and the convergence between these, while debating the immediate and longer term policy priorities for Europe’s future digital strategy.
Through a series of panel-based discussion, interviews, and Tech Talks focusing on emerging and advanced technologies, join us to explore the future of the full digital ecosystem as we are entering a New Age of Intelligent Data and Connectivity.
A team from the Robotics, Intelligent Systems, and Control (RISC) lab at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Saudi Arabia were the lucky winners of the GSA Special Prize at this year’s ERL Emergency Local Tournament, which took place in the fields surrounding the ‘Hacienda de Oran’ in Seville on 18-23 March.
To compile the entire history of the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking, its achievement and the next challenges, Thomas Skordas, Director “Digital Excellence and Science Infrastructure” gave an interview to ACM magazine.
This report looks into the impact of the accelerated application of automation and digitisation technologies on the wage and tasks structure of employment in Europe.
Orgalim welcomes yesterday’s publication of the ‘Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI’ developed by the High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence (HLEG on AI), a group of 52 representatives from academia, civil society and industry appointed by the European Commission to advise on implementation of the European strategy on AI.
Germany and Sweden have recently signed a Joint Declaration of Intent on Innovation and cooperation for a sustainable future, including among others cooperation in the Batteries sector.
A European approach on AI will boost the European Union’s competitiveness and ensure trust based on European values. The European Commission has already invested significant amounts to bring benefits to our society and economy. This factsheet provides an overview of AI in Europe.
Tomorrow at the Digital Day 2019, EU Member States are expected to sign three Declarations to pool efforts and resources for accelerating digital developments in key areas that can bring tangible benefits to our economies and our societies.
This year’s Digital Day will bring Member States and EU institutions together with partners from industry, academia and civil society, and take digital cooperation forward for digitising cultural heritage, smart and sustainable agriculture, as well as for encouraging women’s participation in digital.
The Commission presents today next steps for building trust in artificial intelligence by taking forward the work of the High-Level Expert Group.
Building on the work of the group of independent experts appointed in June 2018, the Commission is today launching a pilot phase to ensure that the ethical guidelines for Artificial Intelligence (AI) development and use can be implemented in practice. The Commission invites industry, research institutes and public authorities to test the detailed assessment list drafted by the High-Level Expert Group, which complements the guidelines.