MediaRoad’s response to the Stakeholders’ Consultation on Horizon Europe Co-design 2021-2024

Written by Heritiana Ranaivoson & Luciano Morganti


Have your say on future objectives for EU-funded research and innovation

On the 28th of June 2019, the European Union, in the preparation of the implementation of Horizon Europe, launched an online consultation to prepare a ‘Strategic Plan’ for Horizon Europe that will guide the work programmes and calls for proposals for Horizon Europe’s first four years (2021-2024). It is complemented by an online consultation on Horizon Europe Co-design – Implementation, open until the 4th of October 2019.

This post recaps MediaRoad’s response, generally asking for a more systematic presence of the media sector in Horizon Europe’s work programmes.  It follows the structure of the guidelines.

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Take part in the Stakeholder Consultation on future and emerging technological trends for the media sector

Digitisation is reshaping industries, with technology transforming the way they function. The media industry is no exception, and technological innovations have been – and will be – adopted in every part of the media value chain. Technological trends are influencing the audiovisual and radio ecosystem, prompting changes in political, social and economic dimensions.

Are you part of the media industry, the audiovisual or radio sector?

Are you interested in understanding the evolution of the media sector and are you interested in technological innovation?

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MediaRoad’s response to the Stakeholders’ Consultation on Draft AI Ethics Guidelines: interesting but… what about media?!?

Written by Heritiana Ranaivoson & Luciano Morganti


Draft Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI

On the 18th of December 2018, the European Union’s high level expert group on artificial intelligence today released draft ethics guidelines. They were open for comments until the 18th of January 18 (extended to 1st of February).

This post recaps MediaRoad’s response, in particular arguing for the media sector to be also considered, in particular as a use case.  It follows the structure of the guidelines.

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