Artificial intelligence holds great potential for the European economy and AI applications are expected to bring numerous benefits for citizens and small businesses. But the adoption of AI technologies poses a particular challenge for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), and the potential of these technologies will only materialise if SMEs are properly supported in their AI transition.
The “Copernicus and Artificial Intelligence” workshop will talk about EU programmes, as well as the challenges and opportunities of connecting Copernicus, its data assets and stakeholders to the digital world.
The European Commission is putting together Guidelines for Building Sustainable Open Source Software (OSS) Communities in the Public Sector. The guidelines will serve as a practical tool suitable for OSS communities and enthusiasts who would like to create and maintain sustainable and healthy communities.
On 27 November 2019, a workshop on convergent use of High Performance Computing (HPC), cloud, data and Artificial Intelligence (AI) resources took place in Brussels. The aim was to investigate what would be available and what would be needed in relation to building a future digital infrastructure related to advanced Earth system modelling for EU policy support.