Barcelona, London and Amsterdam create the Global Observatory of Artificial Intelligence to facilitate the application of ethical AI systems in cities
It is an initiative promoted within the framework of the Cities Coalition for Digital Rights and will have the collaboration of UN-Habitat and CIDOB.
The director of the IMI’s Office for Knowledge Society, Jordi Cirera, spoke at the session to offer a 360-degree view of 5G technology.
4YFN. Over the course of two days, more than sixty candidates will be meeting with seven companies in 130 interviews.
City Council. The city’s economic roadmap for the next decade will be presented.
Digital inclusion. From March to June 2020, the city's Fab Labs focused on tackling Covid-19. Discover what they did to deal with the pandemic.
The City Council takes part in a series of round tables to assess the implementation of the use of drones in public services and to study possible synergies with other cities.
The 5G Catalunya project is to be developed with the collaboration of various organisations, such as Barcelona City Council, Mobile World Capital Barcelona, Fira de Barcelona, i2cat, Intel and the IESE business school.
The submission period opens for sports start-up entries under the BCN Sports Tech Hub Sport-Up programme
City. The entry-submission process will be open from 4 to 30 May.
Mobility and transport. The aims are to avoid breakdowns and maintain the equipment more efficiently.
Environment and sustainability. The pilot project will see an area of 50 square metres get solar energy generating paving to produce 7,560 kWh a year, equivalent to the consumption of three homes.