The Open Data Directive adopted in 2019 contains provisions for the creation of a list of high-value
Video recording available! What the Digital Decade means at the local level - Moving from smart cities to interconnected territories
The Connect University Futurium session "What the Digital Decade means at the local level - Moving from smart cities to interconnected territories" took place on the 20th May 2022. You can watch the recording here.
The session was organised around the presentation and discussion with EC and external panellists about the French report for “Ministère de l’Economie, des Finances et de la Relance” that called, in the framework of the French Presidency of the EU, for a major study to be carried out on the reality of the deployment of smart territory tools and methods in France.
The aim of the study was twofold: contribute to the definition of a possible French smart territory model and produce recommendations to promote its definition.
The session had two parts, presentation and panel discussions:
- Towards a European model of smart cities
- Digital enablers for a cross sector, cities and borders ecosystem based on data
Moderator: Mr Eddy HARTOG
Presenting the report:
- Mr Jacques Priol
- Ms Aurélie Legrand
- Mr Joël Gombin
- Mr Guillaume Martin
- Mr Eric PETERS (Dir B)
- Ms Alessandra Zini (SME Alliance)
- Mr Jamie Cudden (Dublin City)
- Ms Ana Marques (Digital Portugal)
- Ms Dr. Ir. Haydee S. Sheombar (Erasmus University)
- Ms Patrizia SULIS, (JRC/B3)
- Ms Cristina COSMA, (DG CNECT/D2)
- Mr Federico MILANI, (DG CNECT/G1)
Digital platform work: cities and regions call for stricter criteria for verifying employment status
EU cities and regions call on the European Commission to strengthen the criteria for defining the employment status of digital platform workers in order to improve their working conditions.
Living-in.EU’s MIMs Plus initiative finalized – Focus on ensuring scalability, shareability and sustainability of solutions, services and data
Living-in.EU’s upscaling declaration initiative MIMs Plus’ 5th version has been finalized, with the focus on ensuring scalability, shareability and sustainability of outcomes.
Publication of the European Commission’s JRC Science for Policy Report “AI Watch, Road to the Adoption of Artificial Intelligence by the Public Sector”.
The Joint Research Centre has just published a crucial handbook for European policymakers and public administrations (at European, National and Local level) with recommendations and actions on the use of AI in the public sector.