Artificial intelligence has finally reached its “hype” phase, with countless experts, real and self-proclaimed gurus, and also generalist newspapers, blogs, magazines becoming more and more attentive to its breath-taking development.
The transition from a linear economy to a more circular one requires systemic changes involving a wide range of actors and sectors. Such a large scale transformation of markets will have impacts on industries, value chains and, in turn, on economies.
The final conference of the Horizon 2020 project EU-CIVCAP serves to showcase the key lessons and best practices identified in the project’s research and the relevance of its main findings for policy-makers and practitioners in EU conflict prevention and peacebuilding.
On Tuesday, October 9, CEPS, together with Intereconomics, of the Leibniz Information Centre for Economics (ZBW), will host our joint annual conference, this year entitled: Economic Convergence or Divergence in the EU?
In the past 7 years, the European Capital Markets Institute (ECMI) has brought together an excellent line-up of leading academics, policy-makers and industry representatives to share their expertise at its annual flaghship event, attracting participants from across Europe and beyond.
“Metagovernance for Sustainability” tests the hypothesis that the implementation of sustainable development, and in particular the Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), requires tailor-made metagovernance or ‘governance of governance’.
2018 kicked off with Meltdown and Spectre, two of the worst computer security flaws ever experienced and capable of affecting nearly every computer chip manufactured in the last 20 years. Meanwhile, many people have become familiar with the arcane names of cyberattacks such as WannaCry and Petya.