Artificial intelligence and data-driven innovation: new rules

Views: 11Making more public datasets available for reuse is the new aspect in the EU digital regulations. The so-called “high-value datasets” are already containing information on six thematic areas laid out in the Open Data Directive (effective from mid-2019): i.e. geospatial, earth observation and environment, meteorological, statistics, companies and mobility issues. Besides, the Implementing Regulation […]

Digital tools in education: AI and ChatGPT

Views: 2Several higher education institutions are already actively using in various education processes some generative AI tools and ChatGPT. Increasingly implementing AI chatbots and other tools help to enhance the teaching and learning experiences. Some basic knowledge of AI and other machine-learning tools could serve as a viable supplement for inspiring the readers and others […]

Artificial intelligence in governance: new perspectives

Views: 21Modern advances in science, technology and innovations, particularly in ICT and computer sciences, enable states to “revolutionize” the governance processes at global, sub regional and national levels. Some states are already developing more sophisticated, enduring, detailed and perspective socio-economic governance models with adequate digital regulatory solutions. The use of AI can serve as a […]

European banks and financial sector in need of additional efficiency

Views: 6A vital goal of the European integration process is to make the EU-wide financial system more efficient. To ensure the financial system orderly functioning and stability, the European Banking Authority, EBA is monitoring and analyzing risks and vulnerabilities relevant to the regulations for banks, investment companies and firms. EBA also facilitates information sharing among […]

AI in education, science and research: comprehensive overview

Views: 7Spheres of research that use generative AI are expanding rapidly both across the world and through almost all science’s discipline. Experts are of the opinion that the process is not only accelerating but basically transforming scientific knowledge and the work of education providers. University World News has published a series of articles on AI […]

Strategic technologies in the member states: EU-wide supporting measures

Views: 32Newly adopted amendments to the guidelines on regional state aid will allow the EU member states to increase support for developing the so-called critical technologies in the less advantaged European regions. The amendments will also enable investments in clean- and bio-technologies, digital and deep-technology sectors in view of strengthening European competitiveness and preserving cohesion […]

Infringement decisions in Europe: complying with the Union’s law

Views: 10In its regular package of infringement decisions, the European Commission pursues legal action against EU member states for failing to comply with their obligations under the Union’s law. These decisions, covering various sectors and EU policy areas, aim to ensure the proper application of EU law for the benefit of citizens and businesses. The […]

European artificial intelligence: a special AI office in action

Views: 25The AI Office is going to enable and activate the future AI development and use in a way that fosters societal and economic benefits and innovation, while mitigating risks. The Office will play a key role in the AI Act’s implementation, specifically in the general-purpose AI models. The office will coordinate the development the […]

Decarbonized gases and hydrogen in the EU: recent reforms

Views: 12Present electricity and gas market reforms in the EU member states are aimed at boosting the development of hydrogen and other decarbonised gases and sources. These reforms highlight European determination to pursue the clean energy transition and at the same time enhancing security of supply and consumer protection; the reforms are based on the […]

Critical raw material supply chains in Europe

Views: 9The entry into force of the European Critical Raw Materials Act, CRM it is vital step in the EU-wide efforts aimed at ensuring diverse, secure and sustainable supply of critical raw materials for the member states’ industrial development. For example, secured access to critical raw materials is essential for such strategic sectors as clean […]