Cluster Fund Call 2023: Info session
In July the Cluster Fund call opened for new proposals with an optional thematic focus on the role of culture for addressing the climate emergency. All clusters worldwide can submit their proposals until 6 November. Do you have any questions about the call and its criteria? Want to find out how to best prepare your Cluster Fund application? Register for the online info session on Wednesday 13 September at 10:00 CEST or at 16:00 CEST.
European Spaces of Culture Call for Ideas
A new European Spaces of Culture Call for Ideas has just been launched! This webinar will get you started on the right track by going through the basics of the call and focusing on the importance of exploring the local context of your new cultural relations project. Register for the webinar on Tuesday 19 September at 10:00 CEST or at 16:00 CEST.
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Digital transformation has accelerated rapidly in recent years. What are the opportunities of artificial intelligence for culture and education? And the potential risks? What role does Europe play in all these technological developments? What does this mean for cultural relations? We explored these questions in our EUNIC DX / AI Week in November 2020. Watch all the recordings on our YouTube channel, or find some selected highlights below.
The Geopolitics of AI Technologies: Ethical Concerns, Risks and Global Challenges
Panel with Gry Hasselbalch, Co-founder DataEthics.eu, European Commission High-Level Expert Group on AI, Karen Yeung, Interdisciplinary Professorial Fellow in Law, Ethics and Informatics, European Commission High-Level Expert Group on AI and Martin Rauchbauer, EUNIC Silicon Valley and Austrian Tech Ambassador
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