2,500 scientists urge EU to reform environmentally ‘damaging’ CAP

By |november 5th, 2019|agricultural innovation, agricultural subsidies, CAP reform, digital agriculture, digital innovation, News, Precision farming|

Over 2,500 scientists across the EU have joined forces and reached out to the EU parliament in a letter urging them to “to act on the science, and undertake a far-reaching reform of the EU’s CAP without delay.”

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In Europe, we have to be ‘paranoid optimists’! [Promoted content]

By |avgust 26th, 2019|digital innovation, digital market, digital transformation, EIT Digital, entrepreneurship, News|

What if Europe was the best place in the world for digital innovation? When it comes to Europe’s position on the global digital market, some might say we are better at regulating and planning than delivering, but we are catching up and this positive development has already been going on for about a decade. Europe is cool again!

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France becoming more attractive to German investors

By |oktober 22nd, 2018|artificial intelligence, digital innovation, digitisation, employment, Franco-German relations, labour law, News|

While German companies already have a strong presence in France, more and more of them want to invest in the country, attracted by the French government’s digital policy, among other reasons. EURACTIV France reports.

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Paris draws inspiration from Yerevan to give teenagers digital education

By |oktober 22nd, 2018|Anne Hidalgo, Carlos Moedas, digital innovation, Education, European funds, Horizon 2020, News, research|

With the support of European funding, Paris has started a school for digital creation called “Tumo”. This concept, which comes from Armenia, allows young people aged between 12 and 18 to learn about digital creation in an autonomous manner. EURACTIV France reports.  

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Minister: Developing digital economy is matter of national security for Kazakhstan

By |maj 29th, 2018|brain drain, digital economy, digital innovation, e-government, Industry 4.0, Kazakhstan, News|

Kazakhstan is developing its digital technologies in many fields, such as the economy, agriculture or administration, and the Central Asian country also wants to become a pioneer in digital innovation, with the creation of technology hubs and parks.

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Benifei: Embed blockchain in copyright reform

By |november 28th, 2017|blockchain, censorship, copyright reform, digital innovation, European Innovation Summit, EUTop50, Innovation, News, traceability|

Blockchain technology can provide a win-win-win between the fight against censorship, verified traceability of digital artworks, and a fair remuneration for its creators. The copyright reform debate is a good opportunity to embed blockchain and create a better regulatory framework, argues Brando Benifei.

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Striking the right ePrivacy balance to foster digital innovation [Sponsored]

By |oktober 9th, 2017|data innovation, data processing, digital innovation, e-Privacy, ePrivacy Regulation, mobile industry, News|

The mobile ecosystem is flourishing, providing a platform for innovation that is generating employment opportunities and spurring the creation of new services, writes Afke Schaart. Afke Schaart is vice-president Europe for GSMA. Data, and the effective use of data, offers huge opportunities for individuals and society, including better environmental management, more effective health outcomes and tailored goods […]

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