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  1. Boosting European research and innovation: the Flagships of the future

    --- Posted by Wolfgang Boch, DG INFSO, Head of unit: Future and Emerging Technologies- Proactive A chance to look into the future? How you can analyse vast amounts of data and complex situations to predict natural disasters, or manage and respond to man-ma ...

    - 27/09/2012 - 16:30

  2. Enveloping the world: risks and opportunities in the development of increasingly smart technologies

    --- Posted by Prof.  Luciano Floridi, Research Chair in Philosophy of Information and GPI, University of Hertfordshire; Faculty of Philosophy and IEG, University of Oxford; UNESCO Chair in Information and Computer Ethics. Nanotechnology, the Internet of Th ...

    - 27/09/2012 - 16:30

  3. The Digital Agenda is going local to Slovakia

    --- posted by Luis Rodriguez-Rosello, Member of  the Going Local Team for Slovakia Digitálna agenda prichádza po druhý krát na Slovensko, a to 25. novembra 2011 v rámci iniciatívy Digital Agenda Going Local. Zástupcovia Európskej komisie plánujú diskutovať ...

    - 27/09/2012 - 16:30 - 1 comment

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    EMBOCON- From research to immediate commercialization

    When we are in the car, plane or train we are normally too busy to wonder how they work. We cannot imagine that many aspects of our everyday life, like different means of transport or factory plants, health and energy facilities are actually made possible ...

    - 22/05/2014 - 15:16

  5. From Experimentation to Future Internet

    The Internet is a complex and evolving place where any technological development may have multifaceted and surprising consequences. Experimentation and testing in a realistic, large-scale environment is required at an early stage, even though some of thes ...

    - 31/07/2014 - 16:23

  6. Policies for Ageing Well with ICT

    ICT can help older people to stay healthy, independent and active at work or in their community. By 2060 one in three Europeans will be over 65. The ratio of working people to the 'inactive' others is shifting from 4 to 1 today to 2 to 1 by 2060 ...

    - 05/08/2014 - 23:57

  7. Why Research the Future Internet?

    The Internet is more successful than was ever imagined- but its innovative and widespread uses pose challenges, for example for security and privacy. Opinions differ on how to approach those challenges; but experimental facilities are supporting the evide ...

    - 31/07/2014 - 16:23

  8. Project factsheets- language technologies

    The language technologies portfolio includes projects from the 7th Framework Programme (FP7) and the Competitive and Innovation programme- ICT-policy support programme.  The full range of topics covered are: automated translation, multilingual content aut ...

    - 27/08/2014 - 10:20

  9. Research & standards

    Overall EU investments from 2007 to 2013 amount to more than €600m in research on future networks, half of which is allocated to wireless technologies contributing to development of 4G and beyond 4G. We have already launched more than 10 EU projects to be ...

    - 29/08/2014 - 09:58

  10. Research and innovation for ageing well with ICT

    Ageing is one of our major societal challenges and ICT is key for tackling it. The EU actively supports and provides funding for research and innovation in ICT and ageing well. The European Union, Member States and industry invested more than €1 billion o ...

    - 29/08/2014 - 11:35

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