Update: the modified draft Council Conclusions the EPSCO Council is invited to adopt on 10 December 2019 are now available.
Rasmussen Global cordially invites you to a panel discussion on Europe’s future artificial intelligence strategy. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has promised an EU strategy on artificial intelligence within her first 100 days in office.
But can Europe catch up with Silicon Valley and China? What does a European model for AI look like – one in sync with its values and able to compete globally? Or, will the race to compete with global powers in AI turn into a race to the bottom?
The Roundtable will seek to clarify which AI-related issues and developments are relevant for the EU’s democracy support and cooperation. It will identify priorities for EU action and adequate policy tools to address these issues worldwide. The external focus will be inspired by experiences with regulating and overseeing AI within the EU itself.
The legal profession is undergoing a technological revolution which will transform and drive innovation across all areas involved in the provision of legal services. What are the strategic requirements and commercial implications of artificial intelligence within individual organisations, be they legal counsels or legal practices?
On behalf of the Digital Working Group of the Greens/EFA, MEPs Alexandra Geese, Patrick Breyer, Marcel Kolaja, Kim van Sparrentak, Sergey Lagodinsky and Damian Boeselager would like to invite you to a hearing to discuss the societal impact of automated decision-making processes with a special focus on discrimination.
This report looks at the many ways in which digital solutions can be implemented on the ground to help the agrifood chain transform itself to achieve more sustainability. Together with the solution, we identify obstacles, challenges, gaps and possible policy recommendations. Action items are addressed at the European Union both as an actor of change at home, and in global governance, and are spread across ten areas, from boosting connectivity and data governance to actions aimed at empowering small farmers and end users.
By Microsoft Corporate Blogs
Technological progress benefits people across society, but it can play a special role in supporting people with disabilities. At the intersection between artificial intelligence (AI) and inclusive design is a sweet spot where intelligent machines can enable more people to live independent lives.
A summary of the policy debate ‘Digital transport services for people: The next steps for sustainable European solutions’ is now available.
By Center for Data Innovation
This policy briefing includes a number of recommendations for how EU policymakers can address fairness in online platforms; respond to concerns about online hate speech and disinformation; balance privacy, competition, and innovation to maximize economic welfare; and improve European competitiveness in emerging digital technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT).
An EESC conference on the adoption of Industry 4.0 technologies discussed the most pertinent issues that will shape the medium to long-term future of Europe. It particularly looked at the future of manufacturing and service industries and the necessary changes in our society. Moreover, it reflected on strategic options for Europe moving forward.