This study analyses the cross-border Use of Electronic Identification and Authentication Services to support Student Mobility and Access to Student Services in Higher Education Institutions of the EU, and also, identifies the issues preventing wider adoption of systems that may contribute to facilitate this access.
The aim of this study is to identify the potential of frugal innovation for Europe. In particular, it explores how Europe’s competences in the area of industrial and key enabling technologies could be leveraged in ‘frugal’ solutions
The study presents the findings of the monitoring tool on data workers, the value of the data market, the number of data user enterprises, the number of data companies and their revenues, and the overall value of the impact of the data economy on EU GDP. The findings will feed into further developing the Digital Single Market in the EU as data is a catalyst for economic growth, innovation and digitisation across all economic sectors, particularly for SMEs and start-ups.
This Commission Staff Working Document "Digital4Development" outlines a strategy to mainstream digital technologies into European Union development policy, contributing to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SWD(2017) 157 final).
Cloud storage may have been available for a while, but successful attacks on major providers have made companies wary of the consequences of entrusting it with their most sensitive data. Thanks to a secure framework developed under the EU-funded PRACTICE project, these companies won’t have to rely on cloud providers anymore to keep their data whole and confidential.
According to a new report of the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), 21 EU/EEA countries have developed or are in the process of developing systems to digitally record information about vaccination. Five of these digital systems automatically generate lists that identify the to be vaccinated populations, determine which vaccines are due or overdue, and generate reminders.
The EDPR report combines the quantitative evidence from DESI (Digital Economy and Society Index) with country-specific policy insights, allowing us to keep track of the progress made in terms of digitalisation by each Member State and providing an important feedback loop for policy-making at EU level
As the impact of social media becomes more relevant, there is an increasing concern that social media —and also technology in general, and particularly Artificial Intelligence— might be replicating or even amplifying existing gender discrimination, prejudices and stereotypes. Identifying the causes might help preventing the negative impact of such technological developments.
We have performed a test aimed at identifying possible areas of further research by trying to isolate the effect of the gender in the functioning of the recommendations algorithm.
For the first time, a publicly-funded eInfrastructure is awarded two ISO certifications. This is a great achievement for the European Grid Infrastructure (EGI) Foundation and for European research infrastructures.