Tag: STOA

STOA Delegation to the ELLIS Unit in Milan

Mitigating the risks of genome editing in humans

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‘We have to go for a Global Green Deal’

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STOA study on diverging obligations facing public and private sector applications of artificial intelligence

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STOA study on the use of artificial intelligence in workplace management

BLOG, Events 4 months ago

Ethical issues in the Covid-19 pandemic: Digital health applications

What if we killed all microorganisms in our bodies? [Science and Technology podcast]

BLOG, Events 5 months ago

Coping with the pandemic: Psychosocial consequences of the corona crisis

What if xenotransplantation was the answer to the donor organ shortage? [Science and Technology podcast]

BLOG 6 months ago

The road to EU sovereignty in critical technologies

BLOG, Events 7 months ago

STOA Annual Lecture 2021: How Europe can lead the way to human-centric innovation in distributed technologies

BLOG 7 months ago

New regulatory framework for medical devices made of substances

BLOG 7 months ago

Defending academic freedom in Europe: Call for action

What if novel drug delivery methods revolutionised medicine? [Science and Technology podcast]

What if the internet failed? [Science and Technology podcast]

BLOG 9 months ago

The cost of alternative crop protection practices

What if deepfakes made us doubt everything we see and hear? [Science and Technology podcast]

BLOG 11 months ago

New STOA study on deepfakes and European policy

BLOG, Events 12 months ago

STOA meets its International Advisory Board to discuss the Artificial Intelligence Act

What if we chose new metaphors for artificial intelligence? [Science and Technology podcast]

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