Information and Communication Technologies

Future Tech Week

The future is now as high-risk and long-term research projects are creating the innovations of the future. We bring you the Future Tech Week, an initiative of the European Innovation Council Pathfinder.

Get a snapshot of what’s currently brewing in Europe’s tech sphere and the science that creates tomorrow’s technologies.  You have until 31 August to feature your events and creative contributions from across Europe and beyond on Future and Emerging Technologies (FET).


Artificial Intelligence & Health in H2020

The Research Council of Norway and the Institut français in Norway are pleased to announce the upcoming Horizon 2020 Health Brokerage Event which will will take place in Oslo on September 16th and 17th, 2019. The programme is obviously open to all types of participants, regardless of their nationality.

This free two-days event focuses on artificial intelligence in the health sector.  It aims to provide invited experts with new collaboration opportunities in this research area within Horizon 2020.


Digital Assembly 2019

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.

V4 Conference on Digital Transformation

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.


HubIT Policy Workshop

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?


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