The Course of Action for Europe's ICT Partnership with Australia, New Zealand and Singapore: Results and Recommendations
EPIC Final Brochure
Ethik in KI und Robotik (German Language) by Christoph Bartneck, Christoph Lütge, Alan R. Wagner & Sean Welsh
EPIC Policy Briefs
The Future of Australian European e-Research Cooperation - 327 KB Policy Brief #1: The Future of Australian European e-Research Cooperation
The Future of Singapore-Europe Earth Observation Research Cooperation - 367 KB Policy Brief #2: The Future of Singapore-Europe Earth Observation Research Cooperation
Getting AI Right: Australian-Europe Collaboration Potential to Maximise AI Benefits for Society - 350 KB Policy Brief #4: Getting AI Right: Australian-Europe Collaboration Potential to Maximise AI Benefits for Society
Security, Privacy and the Role of AI: Singapore’s EU Collaboration Potential - 332 KB Policy Brief #5: Security, Privacy and the Role of AI: Singapore’s EU Collaboration Potential
Europe-New Zealand AI Collaboration Future: Europe, Aotearoa, Agritech and AI - 241 KB Policy Brief #6: Europe-New Zealand AI Collaboration Future: Europe, Aotearoa, Agritech and AI
Connecting Things and Industries Around the World: EU-New Zealand Industry 4.0 and IoT Solutions - 211 KB Policy Brief #7: Connecting Things and Industries Around the World: EU-New Zealand Industry 4.0 and IoT Solutions
EPIC Handbooks for EU Researchers
EPIC Press Releases
Related Projects & Programmes
AEGIS addresses one of the critical challenges of our era: the developing cybersecurity and privacy landscape. The project aims to strengthen international dialogues on cybersecurity and privacy in order to facilitate the exchange of viewpoints, policies and best practices to accelerate EU-US cooperation in cybersecurity and privacy research and innovation.
EUNITY aims to encourage, facilitate and develop the dialogue between Europe and Japan on cybersecurity and privacy research and innovation trends, in order to foster and promote cybersecurity activities in both regions.
DISCOVERY was an international cooperation project co-funded by Horizon 2020 EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation. The two-year project ran between 2016-2018 and supported dialogues between Europe and North America (US and Canada) to foster cooperation in ICT R&I, both under Horizon 2020 and under US and Canadian funding programmes.
PICASSO was funded under the European Union Horizon 2020 programme and brought together EU and US prominent specialists with the aim of reinforcing EU-US ICT collaboration in pre-competitive research in key enabling technologies related to societal challenges of common interest - 5G Networks, Big Data, Internet of Things and Cyber Physical Systems - and to support the EU-US ICT policy dialogue.
Ideal-ist is an international ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) National Contact Point (NCP) network, supporting research and innovation activities for the EU Framework Programmes. The network includes more than 65 partners from Member States, Associated Countries, Eastern European Partner Countries (EEPC), Mediterranean Partner Countries (MPC), and other countries throughout the world.
Bonseyes is an open and expandable AI platform. It will transform AI development from a cloud centric model, dominated by large Internet companies, to an edge device centric model through a marketplace and an open AI forum. In contrast to existing solutions that require a high level of expertise, time and cost to add AI to embedded products, Bonseyes provides access to advanced tools and services that can be obtained through a marketplace and ecosystem of collaborative leading academic and industrial partners. This will allow for a major reduction in cost and time to enable products with cognitive and AI capabilities at a European and global level. Bonseyes will enable Europe to become a leading global player in the coming 'AI-as-a-service' economy.
While not strictly ICT related, EURAXESS - Researchers in Motion is a unique pan-European initiative delivering information and support services to professional researchers. Backed by the European Union, member states and associated countries, it supports researcher mobility and career development, while enhancing scientific collaboration between Europe and the world.