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- 09/14/18--14:45: _A virtual game changer
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- 03/10/18--00:00: _ASSISI - creating s...
- 03/10/18--00:00: _Mirror, mirror on t...
- 04/10/18--00:00: _A question of trust...
- 04/10/18--00:00: _Turning the Digital...
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- 03/09/18--00:00: The EuroHPC Joint Undertaking: looking ahead to 2019-2020 and beyond
- 11/09/18--00:00: Turning Science Into Art Into Science
- 09/14/18--14:45: A virtual game changer
- 09/29/18--15:58: Developing AI at the heart of European rights and freedoms
- 09/29/18--15:58: What we talk about when we talk about AI
- 09/29/18--15:58: Three questions about data bias in artificial intelligence
- 09/29/18--15:58: Artificial Intelligence | The next frontier
- 09/29/18--15:58: European Dimension of the Digital Economy
- 01/10/18--00:00: A safe and trustworthy digital world | Our shared responsibility
- 03/10/18--00:00: Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all? | AVMSD
- 04/10/18--00:00: A question of trust: the EU’s blockchain challenge
- 10/22/18--17:41: From local impact to European added value: Digital Innovation Hubs
- 10/26/18--18:30: EU & Argentina: a shared vision of a digital future
The EuroHPC Joint Undertaking will be established in a few weeks. It will have a dedicated work programme reflecting Europe’s investment priorities on HPC infrastructures and research and innovation for 2019-2020. This work programme will replace the HPC-related calls of the Horizon 2020 work programmes for 2019-2020 and, consequently, all these calls will be cancelled.
Imagine a world where the clothes you wear can automatically gather biometric data about your well-being or act as credit cards. Where solar cells can take any shape or form, or be transparent enough to be used as a window. Imagine a smart plaster that continuously monitors the healing process and applies a dressing to speed it up. This might sound like science fiction, but thanks to printable electronics, many of these innovations are becoming a reality.
Can science inspire art? Can art inspire science? The two disciplines can often seem very far apart, but some researchers are looking into how each can open up innovative perspectives in the other.
Airline pilots and video gamers have tested their flying skills on virtual reality flight simulators for decades, but until relatively recently the technology had not advanced much further. Now, rapid advances in Artificial Intelligence are helping to break down the barriers between the real and virtual worlds, and opening up a raft of new virtual reality applications that will change the way we live and work.
How can ethical and policy guidelines ensure a more constructive and legitimate use of AI? Loubna Bouarfa, machine learning scientist and a member of the High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence, discusses moral and social resistance to the impact of AI technology, and why such resistance has great potential.
How can artificial intelligence make our society better? Cecilia Bonefeld-Dahl, Director General of DIGITALEUROPE and member of the AI high level expert group, talks about AI's potential, the importance of gender balance and the role of ethics.
What is artificial intelligence? Virginia Dignum, Associate Professor of Social Artificial Intelligence at Delft University of Technology, provides a definition.
How do you take out bias in AI-based solutions? Dr Alexander Efremov, co-founder of data-analytics company A4E, talks about his experience on finding remedies for data bias in artificial intelligence (AI) and about why he decided to carry out his work in Europe. Become a member of the European AI Alliance to read the complete interview.
This year, the fourth edition of the International Conference on Research Infrastructures (ICRI2018) took place 12-14 September in Vienna, capital of the current presidency of the Council of the EU. Participants from more than 50 countries took part in the conference whose aims were to increase international cooperation of research infrastructures, and improve quality and exploitation of data.
I had a chance to reflect on the future of Artificial Intelligence (AI) when I recently took part in a very interesting event in Linz – Ars Electronica – linking art, technology and society. Here are some thoughts which I would like to share also with my readers -on the input which art-science-technology collaborations can provide and on the role of the human touch in the next AI developments.
At the recent Data Summit in Dublin I was invited to reflect on the European dimension to the Digital Economy. But is there such a thing? After all, EU Member States are at quite different levels of digital development, from world leader to laggard.
Cybersecurity concerns everyone – from the world of industry or small companies to individual people; everybody is connected, so everyone is a possible victim of an attack, whether it is a data breach, a ransomware attack or phishing emails, to name just a few.
ASSISIbf is a FET project where scientists managed to create the first “social cyborg”: A society of swarms of living honeybees, living fish, bio-mimicking robots and bio-inspired algorithms. This is their story from the beginning
The revised directive on audiovisual media services (AVMSD) that was approved recently paves the way for a fair regulatory environment for the audiovisual sector across the European Union. I focus on some of the aspects of AVMSD in the context of online content in this blog.
As all our lives become more connected, and we increasingly rely on digital technologies for so much of what we do, trust in the integrity and safety of the systems and services we use has become more important than ever. The EU is well-placed to be a leader in championing trusted digital services, as I stressed in my video message to the Delta blockchain and digital innovation summit today in Malta.
The Board of the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition just presented a nine-point Action Plan, outlining the Coalition’s priorities for the coming months. It is now up to all members, pledgers and national coalitions to rise to the challenge, deliver on the identified priorities, and turn the Coalition into a genuine movement.
Cybersecurity is a shared responsibility. For the #CyberSecMonth, Nicole S. van der Meulen of the Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre presents and talks about cybercrime threats and how Europol fights it.
Digital Innovation Hubs are there to ensure that every business in Europe – no matter its size, location or sector – is able to benefit fully from digital innovation.
European industry cannot slow down. Championing the world of B2B platforms is a battle Europe cannot afford to lose. Insights from the B2B platforms workshop in Brussels.
On 25 October 2018, we co-chaired the first plenary session of the dialogue on the digital economy between the EU and Argentina, originally agreed in 2009 and relaunched in 2017.