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  1. Time to experiment with new policy making models and platforms?

    One of the advantages of social networks is that members can post any piece of information in whatever format. A potential drawback of this, however, is that it becomes difficult to automatically extract knowledge and use it to build evidence for actual p ...

    Franco Accordino - 02/04/2015 - 09:58

  2. What happened

    Digital Futures achievements (updated on 1st October 2012) Digital Futures foresight events 6 July 2012- Second Digital Futures online conversation 29 May 2012- Pilot online engagement 19 April 2012-Digital Futures: Second internal workshop 29-30 March 20 ...

    Franco Accordino - 12/10/2012 - 10:00

  3. What's up

    EIF brainstorming on The Digital World in 2030 – Conversation facilitated by Digital Futures Date: Tuesday 27 November 2012 Time: 17h00-20h30, CET Venue: Members Restaurant, European Parliament, Brussels This event is a brainstorming with Members of the E ...

    Franco Accordino - 06/11/2012 - 12:35

  4. Host a Digital Futures conversation

    Digital Futures is a visioning project designed to contribute to the Commission's reflections on ICT policies beyond 2020. Participants take inspiration from long-term visions of the future (2050) rather than from the trends of today. Many of visions ...

    Franco Accordino - 06/08/2014 - 09:52

  5. How can I get involved?

    By co-creating futures on Futurium By co-creating policy ideas on Futurium By feeding the Futurium library with relevant items By giving Digital Futures an interview By hosting a brainstorming conversation on Digital Futures By giving us feedback about Fu ...

    Franco Accordino - 11/10/2012 - 20:10