The NGI consultation will ultimately contribute to determine shared opinions and consolidated views of what the next generation internet should look like and which research and innovation paths Europeans shall follow to contribute achieving that goal.
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What are the challenges that civil society faces that could best be served by re-imagining the next generation of the internet based on human values?
This survey is to gain insight into how the Next Generation Internet should best serve Civil Society Organisations and their representative communities.
Renovating the Internet architecture is no easy feat: it not only depends on the technology, but also on complex social, political and economic interactions and interests from the multiple Internet ecosystem stakeholders.
At the NGIForum 2018, Prof. Jamal Shahin (VUB and GIPO) led this discussion on tackling online disinformation.
At the NGIForum 2018, a workshop was organized on Better search for trustworthy content and objects discovery. Mr. Aleš Černivec, (Project Manager, XLAB d.o.o.) led this
At the NGIForum 2018, Mr.
At the NGIForum 2018, a workshop was organized on Better search for trustworthy content and objects discovery. A specfic discussion in the workshop was positioned on how we need new ways
Lead by Felix Szabo from Engineroom
Three main sub-topics:
Lead by Marta Arniani from NGI Move
Two main sub-topics:
Lead by Jim Clarke and Paul Malone from SpeakNGI.eu