The Commission together with Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Microsoft (“the IT companies”) today unveil a code of conduct that includes a series of commitments to combat the spread of illegal hate speech online in Europe.
The 2016 edition of the Open Innovation 2.0 Yearbook focuses on real-world OI2 business, research and policy examples. The publication was presented for the first time during the OI2 Conference (23-24 May) in Amsterdam.
The 4th edition of Code Week EU is less than five months away! Between 15 and 23 October, millions of children, young adults, adults, parents, teachers, entrepreneurs, and policymakers will again come together at events, in classrooms and libraries across Europe and beyond to learn to create with code.
The Scenario Workshop will gather experts from all over Europe interested in open, collaborative and inclusive digital public services to present their personal views and recommendations on how the innovation in Open eGovernment services can happen and - on the basis of lessons learnt – develop future scenarios.
Interested in training or assistance on how to apply innovation procurement in e-government / public administration? Don't miss the Barcelona workshop organised by the European Assistance for Innovation Procurement initiative (eafip).
The EU institutions are hosting the first-ever EU Institutional Maker Faire, which will feature makers, innovators, and entrepreneurs of all ages who are using cutting-edge tools to bring their ideas to life.
On 13 April 2016, the ARTEMIS Industry Association launched its Strategic Research Agenda 2016 in Vienna. The ARTEMIS Industry Association aims to consolidate the pathway for the digital revolution, enabling a more agile and shorter development cycle of Embedded Intelligent Systems through the adoption of design by composition and correct-by-construction principles. It also aims to overcome fragmentation in the European supply base for design and engineering components and tools.
During the Open Innovation 2.0 Conference (23-24 May 2016) in Amsterdam, hundreds of people joined the discussions live on social media. In a Storify Story we present some catchy online conference moments.
The Amsterdam OI2 Recommendations are the result of 2-day discussions, high-level speeches, and a world café session during the Open Innovation 2.0 Conference taking place on 23-24 May in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.