Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative


Albert Borschette Building, Rue Froissart 36, 1040 Brussels, 31/01/2014
Directorate "Net Futures" organised an Information Day on 31 January 2014 presenting the Future Internet topics within Call 1 (opened on 11 December 2013, closing date: 23 April 2014) of the new EU framework programme for Research and Innovation, Horizon 2020. Read more
On 31 January 2014 the regional Dutch newspaper "Eindhovens Dagblad" published a large article on the artificial kidney developed by the EU-funded Nephron+ project. The article triggered some welcome attention. Read more
The presentation of Renewing Health, the largest telemedicine pilot of Europe, is online. Read more
The Startup Europe MOOCs project aims at Fostering Web Talent in Europe by encouraging the use of Massive Open Online Courses focused on web skills by establishing creation of a network of universities and business schools in Europe interested in developing MOOCs for web talent. Read more
The Key Principles for National Coalitions aim to help and guide stakeholders that are interested in forming national coalitions for digital jobs in their own countries. Read more
Together with more than 200 contributing experts from all over Europe, the META-NET Network of Excellence conducted a large and comprehensive study on 30 European languages and the level of support they receive through Language Technologies. Read more

The LT industry addresses three related technology markets that share common historical roots. One is the Intelligent Content market that provides linguistic and knowledge tools to add business value to data and content of all kinds. A second is the Translation Technology segment that accelerates and simplifies multilingual content transfer and processing. The third is Speech Technology, which supports spoken input and output for all digital devices and processes. These three segments of the Language Technology industry are intrinsically interlinked, making digital life and work more responsive to the power, meaning and diversity of human language.

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From 30/01/2014 to 23/04/2014
An Information Day was organised on 23 January 2014 in Luxembourg which addressed potential applicants for the first Calls under Horizon 2020 in the fields of ICT research & innovation supporting the Cultural and Creative Industries and Cultural Heritage. See bellow the presentations on the calls for download. Read more
From 30/01/2014 to 16/01/2014
Conference Centre of the European Commission in Luxembourg-Kirchberg - Jean Monnet Building