The European Commission has proposed to build a new Joint Cyber Unit to help tackle the rising number of serious cyber incidents impacting public services, as well as businesses and citizens across the EU.
A new report from the European Commission, titled “National Strategies on Artificial Intelligence: A European Perspective”, was presented during a joint webinar with the OECD that took place on 25 June. It assesses the national strategies on Artificial Intelligence (AI) of all EU countries, as well as Norway and Switzerland. It highlights progress in AI developments and proposes additional measures that an EU Members State can take.
ITPE and the Irish Computer Society (ICS) have co-authored a policy paper entitled ‘IT Professionalism – Build the best workforce to deliver Europe’s transition’. It explains the key terminology around IT professionalism, outlines the importance of developing professional practices and professional standards by the IT workforce and calls different stakeholders to engage in these activities.
This summer, the Cyprus Computer Society (CCS) has partnered with the Cyprus Youth Board and will organise the “The STEAMers TECH Academy”. The youth of Cyprus will have the opportunity to acquire a variety of knowledge and gain unique, unprecedented experiences, to develop new skills and at the same time to enrich and strengthen their CV.
The recordings and presentation from the DiversIT Charter info session for CEPIS members are now available to view and download on the event page on the CEPIS website. The session took place on 28 June. During it, attendees learned about specifics about the implementation and benefits of the Charter to their society and their members – from details about criteria and application process to potential financial benefits.