The Big Data Value Association (BDVA) and the European Robotics Association (euRobotics) are publishing an initial version of a joint Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda for an AI partnership in Europe on the 6th June in Brussels.
The Digital Assembly 2019 is a forum for stakeholders to take stock of the achievements of the Digital Single Market Strategy, draw lessons and to exchange views on the contours of a future digital policy. The event is also a great opportunity to showcase how digital is transforming our societies and economies, and how it can help bring positive change to our lives. It is co-organised by the European Commission and the Romanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
Digital transformation means a strategic, planned and organizational change – this change calls for the development of appropriate policies, regulations and various instruments to support this process while keeping it in within the limits we consider necessary.
The Visegrad countries as the members of the Union are contributing to the commitment of establishing the Digital Single Market and want to ensure that people and companies and also researchers fully benefit from the digital transformation.
Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) have great potential to transform society significantly. Therefore, there is a need to engage wider stakeholder communities and incorporate different kinds of knowledge in ICT research and innovation to ensure that both process and outcomes are socially desirable and acceptable. But what kind of policy initiatives could advance this approach?
On 5 June 2019 Czech Liaison Office for Research Development and Innovation (CZELO), Lithuanian RDI Liaison Office (LINO) and the Slovak Liaison Office for Research and Development (SLORD) together with other associated Brussels based RTD liaison offices from EU member states and H2020 associated countries jointly organise a half-day Consortium building workshop around selected topics of the upcoming Horizon 2020 programme Information and Communication Technologies calls for 2020.
NEM Summit is moving to spring and its 11th edition will be organized in Zagreb, lovely capital of Croatia, on 22/23 May 2019. Please, reserve these dates to attend the event and take part in discussions on the latest development in European media, content, and creativity.
A match-making brokerage day takes place on 28 May 2019 in Brussels for the call on European Network of Artificial Intelligence (AI) Excellence Centres. Besides the presentation from the European Commission on information needed to participate in the call for proposals, the event offers a networking opportunity for representatives of Excellence Centers. This call expects to mobilise the best research teams and the most prominent experts in the field.
Digital Excellence Forum @ ICT Proposers’ Day 2019 will take place on 19-20 September 2019 at the Messukeskus centre in Helsinki. The event will provide an excellent opportunity to present and discuss the main policy drivers of the digital transformation of European industry and society. It will also present how the EU research & innovation agenda can best contribute to these objectives.
Tech STARTUP SCHOOL is looking for partners to join their project consortium in ICT-33-2019 Startup Europe for Growth and Innovation Radar call (IA) action. A total budget of €10 million is available for several projects. (Each consortium will get between €1 and €2 million.)
Partners Needed from: ================= 1) Startup ecosystem builders, 2) University entrepreneurship centers, 3) Chambers of commerce and industry, 4) Angel investors and venture capital firms,
The European High Performance Computing Joint Undertaking (EuroHPC JU) has launched its first calls for expressions of interest, to select the sites that will host the Joint Undertaking’s first supercomputers (petascale and precursor to exascale machines) in 2020.