|Artificial Intelligence for Europe|
Communication from the European Commission.
|A survey of the European Union’s artificial intelligence ecosystem|
Report compiled by Charlotte Stix.
|Artificial intelligence, real benefits|
An overview of how AI is in fact already very much a part of our day-to-day lives.
|Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and ‘Autonomous’ Systems|
European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies.
|Artificial Intelligence: A European Perspective|
This report presents a European view of Artificial Intelligence (AI) based on independent research and analysis by the Joint Research Centre (JRC) to inform the debate at the European level.
|Coordinated Plan on Artificial Intelligence|
Communication from the European Commission.
|Facial recognition technology: fundamental rights considerations in the context of law enforcement |
European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights
|The European Artificial Intelligence Landscape|
This workshop report describes activities being carried out in the field of AI in different Member States and in some of the countries associated to Horizon 2020.
|The European Economic and Social Committee’s ‘Opinion on Artificial Intelligence’|
The consequences of artificial intelligence on the (digital) single market, production, consumption, employment and society.
|Digital Competences for Citizens|
The European Digital Competence Framework for Citizens, also known as DigComp, offers a tool to improve citizens’ digital competence.
|Digital Competences for Educators|
The European Framework for the Digital Competence of Educators (DigCompEdu) is a scientifically sound framework describing what it means for educators to be digitally competent.
|Digital Skills and Job Coalition Initiative|
The Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition brings together Member States, companies, social partners, non-profit organisations and education providers, who take action to tackle the lack of digital skills in Europe.
|Future of Work, Future of Society (EN)|
A report of the European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies (EGE).
|A definition of Artificial Intelligence|
A definition of Artificial Intelligence: main capabilities and scientific disciplines.
|The European AI Alliance|
The European AI Alliance is a multi-stakeholder forum for engaging in a broad and open discussion of all aspects of AI development and its impact on the economy and society.
|Draft Ethics guidelines for trustworthy AI|
This working document constitutes a draft of the AI Ethics Guidelines presented by the European Commission’s High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence (AI HLEG).
|AlgorithmWatch | AI Ethics Guidelines Global Inventory|
With the “AI Ethics Guidelines Global Inventory”, AlgorithmWatch started to map a landscape of frameworks and principles that seek to set out principles of how automated decision-making (ADM) systems can be developed and implemented ethically.
|McKinsey | Artificial intelligence: The next digital frontier?|
In this discussion paper the McKinsey Global Institute examines investment in artificial intelligence (AI), describes how it is being deployed by companies that have started to use these technologies across sectors, and aims to explore its potential to become a major business disrupter.
|Montreal Declaration for the responsible development of Artificial Intelligence|
The writing of the Montreal Declaration for the responsible development of artificial intelligence is the result of the work of a multidisciplinary and inter-university scientific team that draws on a citizen consultation process and a dialogue with experts and stakeholders of AI development.
|OECD | Review of national policy initiatives in support of digital and AI-driven innovation|
What can we learn from new policies implemented in different OECD countries to foster digital and AI-driven innovation? This document reviews and extracts lessons from 12 national policy initiatives.
|PwC | Global Artificial Intelligence Study: Sizing the prize |
The current PwC study “Sizing the prize” examined the economic impact of artificial intelligence on national economies, companies and individual sectors.
|Stanford University | The AI Index 2018 Annual Report|
The AI Index is an effort to track, collate, distill, and visualize data relating to artificial intelligence. It aspires to be a comprehensive resource of data and analysis for policymakers, researchers, executives, journalists, and the general public to develop intuitions about the complex field of AI.
|WEF | The Future of Jobs Report 2018|
The Future of Jobs Report 2018 presents information and data that were compiled and/or collected by the World Economic Forum.
|WIPO | Technology Trends 2019|
This report aims to shed light on the trends in innovation in AI since the field first developed in the 1950s.