The 67th Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale) opened its doors this week. 25 films supported by the Creative Europe MEDIA programme have been selected for different sections of the Berlinale programme. Also during the Berlinale, the European Film Forum will look at how European audiovisual works can benefit from big data and other hot topics. Read more
This first HBP Student Conference will focus on transdisciplinary Research linking Neuroscience, Brain Medicine and Computer Science.
It is an opportunity for exchange of new ideas among young researchers working across various aspects of neuroscience, brain medicine and computer science relevant to the Human Brain Project. Read more
At this workshop the latest findings and achievements of the IoT standardisation working group (WG03) of the Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation (AIOTI) were presented and discussed. In addition, the participants debated on how AIOTI WG03 and standards developing organizations (SDOs)/Alliances/initiatives could engage in the process of solving any IoT standardization applied within and across application domains. They also had the chance to be informed of concrete ways on how to be involved in the development of IoT standards and/or join the ongoing EU debate on IoT standards. Read more
The Future & Emerging Technologies (FET) project Smart Society, has produced an open-source toolset and programming framework for Collective Adaptive Systems. Collective Adaptive Systems have the potential to disrupt the way we produce and provision services and help galvanise the Digital Single Market in Europe. Read more
On 7 February, millions of people in 120 countries were marking Safer Internet Day. The European Commission and leading digital players have committed to work towards curbing harmful content, conduct and contact in an Alliance to Better Protect Minors Online. Read more
Safer Internet Day (SID) is the flagship event under the Better Internet for Kids strategy, taking place in February every year. What started as a European initiative under the EC Safer Internet Programme has turned into a huge event with a global reach of over 400 million people. On Safer Internet Day, be the change for a better Internet: enrol for events and activities, join our global social media campaign. Read more
The rules will reflect new ways in which Europeans enjoy culture and entertainment services online when they travel around the EU. Europeans will soon be able to fully use their online subscriptions to films, sports events, e-books, video games or music services when travelling within the EU, according to the agreement reached by negotiators of the European Parliament, the Member States and the European Commission. Read more
At this workshop the global dynamics of IoT standardisation and existing initiatives were briefly presented. The participants got a thorough understanding of the IoT market needs and requirements around standards. In addition, they had the chance to actively contribute to the ongoing EU discussion on the future Internet of Things standards. The European Commission also seeks via such initiatives to facilitate the coordination of the standardization activities in the EU and beyond. Read more
The Quantum Flagship High-Level expert group provides its first recommendations for the Strategic Research Agenda of the Quantum Flagship, and some options for its implementation. The group will deliver its final report this summer, with consolidated implementation model and a governance model. Read more
The eDelivery Cost Estimation tool is now available to assess and quantify the expected benefits of reusing CEF (Connecting Europe Facility) eDelivery.
This tool can be used by any type of project considering the reuse of eDelivery. There are significant benefits of reusing eDelivery from reduced risk and costs to improved quality. These benefits are key elements to every business case, and are therefore decisive factors in the decision of projects or policy domains to use CEF eDelivery.