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This webinar was organized by DIHNET, Vanguard and BOWI on 29 June 2021. EDIH consortia could learn about the EDIH Heatmap, a structure to discuss the strengths and gaps in the consortium and to develop a competence profile.
On 17 June 2021 an on-line information meeting provided the latest updates to the European Digital Innovation Hubs (EDIH) Work Programme and the upcoming evaluations to the representatives of Member States. We took the opportunity to have an informal dialogue on the situation in the various countries.
Several Member States expressed their concerns related to the uncertainties on the co-funding mechanisms and to the delays in the approval of the workprogramme.
This event introduced the Digital Maturity Tool, which will be used to measure the impact of the network of European Digital Innovation Hubs. The discussion focused on the need to use tools which are free to use, simple to understand for the SME and with a very low overhead.
A two-day discussion on the future of European Digital Innovation Hubs (EDIH) came to a close last Wednesday, as over 2000 stakeholders and policy-makers gathered online for the first time to take stock of the upcoming hubs network.
European Digital Innovation Hubs (EDIHs) are selected through a two-step process. First Member and Associated States preselect candidate entities, which will then be eligible to participate to a European call.
Recent growth in computing power, availability of data and progress in algorithms have turned Artificial Intelligence (AI) into one of the most strategic technologies of the 21st century. The European Commission has been working with Member States through a coordinated approach, to create a European framework for developing and using AI for ‘good and for all’. An important element of the European AI Strategy and Coordinated plan is to increase efforts for the take-up of ethical, human-centric and secure AI in areas of public interest.
Together with Member States, the European Commission is shaping a dynamic network of Digital Innovation Hubs that will further evolve in the frame of the Digital Europe Programme. We give you an overview of the discussions that are currently guiding the initiative.
Taking the momentum of the European Commission launching the new EU growth strategy, the European Green Deal, over 120 project representatives and policymakers gathered at the Workshop “Innovative services and products for the circular economy” organised by EASME in Brussels. This workshop gathered important insights to feed the current policymaking, days before the publication of the new Circular Economy Action plan and the New Industrial Strategy for Europe.