France, Canada and others are pushing for some international ‘rules of the road’ for artificial intelligence. But differing cultures, industries and policies complicate efforts to develop a global approach, say international experts at a Science|Business conference
The EU needs an ambitious and coherent agenda for the 2019-2024 legislative term to boost the resilience, equitability and sustainability of Europe’s healthcare systems. This report, based on a Science|Business expert roundtable, sets out recommendations for such an agenda.
Europe's creative and cultural industries are big, important and growing fast. How can EU programmes help? A Science|Business workshop, supported by the European Commission, gathered suggestions. Here are the results.
This report explores the case for open science, illustrated by use cases and case studies, spanning academia, start-ups and enterprises. It seeks to explain why public sector and private sector researchers should support open science by highlighting concrete examples of disciplinary breakthroughs that have been fuelled by the sharing of research data, tools and infrastructure.
The Netherlands has embarked on a five year national plan to use health data to improve outcomes for patients and increase the cost effectiveness of its healthcare system. In this report, public health experts and patient representatives discuss progress to date