AI

28/7/2021: Pre-draft of Model Grant Agreement, Consultation on Low-Carbon Technologies, funding for low carbon technologies, Science Europe on the new ERA, and costs for regulating AI

In today’s Morning Brief:
– Commission releases pre-draft of the Horizon Europe Model Grant Agreement
– Consultation on Low-Carbon Industrial Technologies Prospect
– EU announces €122 million for 32 projects developing low carbon technologies
– Research funding agencies want a greater say in shaping new ERA
– Study warns of compliance costs for regulating Artificial Intelligence

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5/7/2021: EIC-ERC collaboration, GÉANT network enlarged, WHO on AI for health, State Aid, EDF, energy efficiency platform and rules, EU rural areas and Green Deal blueprint for cities

In today’s Morning Brief:
– EIC and ERC strengthen collaboration in joint workshop
– FCCN first NREN to migrate to new GÉANT fibre network
– Ethics and governance of artificial intelligence for health (World Health Organisation)
– New state aid rules to facilitate researchers
– EU defence research fund to increase technological sovereignty
– Energy efficiency financing platform: DEEP 2.0
– New EU measures for energy efficiency of electric motors
– Long-term vision for EU rural areas
– A blueprint for cities to implement the EU Green Deal

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10/6/2021: New INESC article on Science|Business, exclusive Horizon Europe guide, Horizon Europe dissemination, sustainable fishing, forest protection, and the future of CBDC

In today’s Morning Brief: New INESC article published on Science Business: “The AI Act: getting the first step right” || Exclusive Horizon Europe guide now available in the Private Area || Commission webinar on Horizon Europe “Dissemination and Exploitation” || Commission’s annual state of play on sustainable fishing ||
MEPs call for binding measures to protect Europe’s forests || The future of CBDC: new EUBOF report on the possible structures of the digital euro

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2/6/2021: HUB events yesterday, tech sovereignty, AI and blockchain, EU processor, German hydrogen projects, geothermal energy, CAP’s impact, consultation on ecodesign, and ICC City Lab

In today’s Morning Brief: Deep Tech and Forestry events yesterday | Tech sovereignty as a priority of the K4I’s innovation manifesto | Report: EU must boost AI and blockchain funding to avoid market failures | EU processor project designs European-grown test chip | Germany to invest €8 bn in large-scale hydrogen projects | Planned revision of EU renewables law opens door to geothermal | Evaluation of CAP’s impact on climate change and greenhouse gas emissions | Commission seeks public opinion on ecodesign and energy efficiency for mobile phones and tablets | 3rd ICC City Lab open sessions

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26/05/2021: HUB Deep Tech & Forestry events, AI, Horizon Europe calls, Portugal for the digital agenda, cancer week, mobility days, and issues with open access

In today’s Morning Brief: A few more days to register to Deep Tech and Forestry events (1 June 2021) | Trust and Artificial Intelligence | Horizon Europe calls delayed transversally across all Clusters | Portugal’s contribution to the European Digital Agenda | European Week Against Cancer 2021 | Mobility and Transport Days | Research institutes clash with science publishers over open access

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21/05/2021: EIC Transition calls, surveys on research skills and research careers, EC webinars on funding, R&I days, EU Covid Passports, RU research legislative framework, The Guardian key moments, and the Council reading list on AI

In today’s Morning Brief: EIC Transition Calls are open | EC online survey on Skills for researchers | Survey on the influences on research careers | European Commission webinar: The Funding & Tenders Portal for Beginners | European Commission webinar “All you need to know on Dissemination and Exploitation under Horizon Europe” | R&I Days 2021 (reminder) | EU Digital COVID Certificates (aka Passports) should be in use by July 1 | Council complements EU research legislative framework | Weekend Read: The key 200 moments as reported by The Guardian since 1821 | Deep-dive: The EU Council reading list on Artificial Intelligence

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