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Having access to information: IT and content
Accessing information is basic, and understand the content too. Unless citizens are able to interact with IT to access the content, they are not in a position to forge a critical mind and participate on equal conditions. Access means to be able to read, and read in the language of the content:...
Posted by pilar.orero@uab.cat - 20/11/2018 - 09:11 in Engaging the Next Generation of Citizens
New webinar series dedicated to ICT-24 NGI calls
Hi Sandoche, A new series of informative webinars about the Next Generation Internet (NGI) ICT-24 calls will be organized next week. Three webinars are scheduled on Tuesday 20, Wednesday 21 and Thursday 22 November starting at 14:00 CET. If you want to pitch your ideas, please let us know before...
Posted by Sara Pittonet G... - 16/11/2018 - 11:41 in Finding the appropriate partners for responding to R&I on discovery and identification technologies
About trustworthy information & manipulation of information
"Trustworthy online information infrastructures" is one of the ten challenges identified for a more inclusive, democratic and resilient internet by the Engineroom project and reported in this blog post https://www.ngi.eu/news/2018/10/22/ten-challenges-for-the-internet/.
Posted by Sara Pittonet G... - 14/11/2018 - 14:45 in Better search for trustworthy content and objects discovery: NGI Forum 2018

Latest discussions

Webinar on Strengthening Internet Trustworthiness: Q&A, ideas & comments about the NGI ICT-24-2019 call
This discussion is open for your questions, comments and ideas that you want to propose during the webinar organized on November 20th starting at 14.00 CET. All comments will also be shared with the NGI community at large to allow networking and interactions around the upcoming funding opportunities.
Posted by Sara Pittonet G... - 20/11/2018 - 11:17
Service and data portability - ICT24 ii-b) topic
There are upcoming calls ICT-24, also with the topic of "service and data portability" (RIA). We are interested in hearing your thoughts and experiences regarding the data portability (personal, non-personal).
Posted by Aleš Černivec - 20/11/2018 - 09:54
SME Opportunities at NGI: Beyond the Internet Session
As CEO of a dynamic ICT intensive SME, I will be talking "Straight from the NGI's mouth of the people" providing some key concepts around our discussion topics.
Posted by Silvana Muscella - 19/11/2018 - 18:05
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