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Mechanisms that Shape Social Media and their Impact on Society - Report on the State-of-the-Art in Research

We are still far from having a full understanding of the dynamics through which information spreads across digital media. Social media have changed the way we access, produce and share information, transforming traditional mass media into a system of intertwined horizontal communication networks. The imagined free, equal worldwide network, promised at the dawn of the internet and social media age, has become a software-based cybersphere, driven by economic and geopolitical interests. This fact has significantly altered how contents are conveyed and spread,
exposing the media system to

Destination Earth (DestinE) Architecture Validation Workshop - Summary Report

The purpose of the DestinE Architecture Validation workshop, held on 26 November 2020, was to present the state-of-play and the progress made regarding the design of DestinE’s architecture, receive targeted feedback from experts on specific matters related to it, and refine the proposed architecture approach.

Workshops reports on Elements of Digital Twins on “Weather-induced and Geophysical Extremes” and “Climate Change Adaptation”

Two stakeholder workshops on the Destination Earth initiative were organised in October 2020 for experts representing different scientific communities. The workshop on elements of a Digital Twin on “Weather-induced and Geophysical Extremes” took place on 21 October, followed by a workshop on a Digital Twin for “Climate Change Adaptation” on 22 October.

EOSC beyond 2020- next steps

To ensure the development beyond 2020 of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC), the open and trusted environment for accessing and managing research data and related services, the EOSC interim Governance has been working to establish a European Partnership under the Horizon Europe programme. The draft EOSC European partnership proposal has now been published. Furthermore, the stakeholders are invited to express their interest to join the new EOSC Association, which is in process of being established and will become the leading entity of the partnership.

European Open Science Cloud: Early Adopter Programme

The European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) Early Adopter Programme is an initiative launched by the EOSC-hub project for research communities interested in exploring the latest state-of-art technologies and services offered by EOSC, the open and trusted environment for managing research data.