A one-of-a-kind Centre to help the Commission build a safer, more predictable and trusted online environment
Teachers and students should be prepared to better understand and engage in the ethical use of AI and data.
Researchers, policymakers and industry should involve children and their caregivers when designing new policies and initiatives dealing with artificial intelligence (AI)-based technologies
Policy relevant dimensions to assess Europe’s performance in Artificial Intelligence
A policy brief of the positioning of the EU on AI
The report "Beyond pilots: Sustainable implementation of AI in public services" is part of AI Watch activities towards the investigation of the effective AI uptake in the public sector.
This latest AI Watch report “AI Watch: 2020 EU AI investments”, is the only existing attempt to estimate economy-wide AI investments and monitor them consistently over time. This is key in monitoring of the implementation of the Coordinated Plan on Artificial Intelligence.
What future for European Robotics? Conference report
Emerging trends in European Artificial Intelligence: skills, ethics, data protection, research and innovation
The European Commission (EC) and the OECD presented the findings of two reports that analyse national developments in artificial intelligence (AI) policies