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This is a senior manager position to lead a multidisciplinary team of professionals called to support a key priority area for the future of the European Union.
The Executive Director shall be responsible for operations and for the day-to-day management of the Centre and shall be its legal representative. The Executive Director shall be accountable to the Governing Board and perform his or her duties with complete independence within the powers assigned to her or him. The Executive Director shall be supported by the staff of the Centre.
Experts, policy-makers and members of the European and international communities will meet during a high-level conference on AI in Slovenia on 14-15 September.
The winners of the 78th edition of the Venice International Film Festival were announced on Saturday 11 September, with three films funded by the EU winning awards.
The Digital Volunteers Pilot Programme brings together digital experts from large companies who work as mentors in SMEs to digitally upskill their employees and digitalise their business activities. The participation of 40 leading European companies was facilitated by cooperation between the European Commission and the Conseil de Cooperation Economique. It runs until November 2021 with wider deployment taking place in 2022.
The presentation "Should We Build The Matrix? Some Challenges of the Digital Twin Concept" by Professor Dirk Helbing aimed at showing the arguments for using complexity science when dealing with cities. It was based on the position paper produced by Complexity Science and Smart Cities expert group.
The Recommendation on the protection, safety and empowerment of journalists is part of the Commission's work to support media freedom and pluralism in the EU.
View the staff working document on the policy programme: a path to the digital decade.