This short report presents the opportunities and challenges associated with digital mental health care and describes the technological tools available.
The public sector currently contributes to data about citizens being collected and shared with the largest players in the surveillance economy. This is a democratic issue, as it is not possible to opt out of such surveillance and a competitive policy issue because it strengthens digital monopolies.
In this short publication, the NBT draws up various use cases, advantages and disadvantages concerning digital vaccine certificates.
In the coming years, more than 800,000 jobs in Norway are expected to undergo radical changes due to new technology. It is therefore essential that workers and job seekers can reorient themselves.
The health authorities’ strategy for opening Norway after covid-19 lockdown is targeted testing, isolation, contact tracing, and quarantine.
Facial recognition is becoming widespread and can be used in a range of areas, such as unlocking your smartphone or making payments. However, it can also facilitate mass surveillance – without public awareness.
The Norwegian Board of Technology has gathered a variety of stakeholders to discuss scenarios for dementia care in 2035. The goal was to identify opportunities and dilemmas, and to develop a plan of action for policy makers.
The theme of thi EPTA report deals with technologies and social innovations in elderly care.
Social media is a tool that can strengthen communication and the public conversation. However, the same digital tools can be used to secretly manipulate voters, as well as spreading fake news and disinformation.
While 3G gave us data and mobile apps, and 4G provided video streaming, 5G will have significant implications across several dimensions: higher speed, the Internet of Things (IoT), low latency and guaranteed capacity.
The 2018 EPTA report focuses on the topic of democracy in the era of artificial intelligence, quantum technologies and blockchain.
The Norwegian government has made it possible to test self-driving cars on Norwegian roads. Self-driving vehicles will provide new opportunities, but also new challenges.
New technology is changing jobs and our need for skills in society.
Artificial intelligence may change the world as we know it. This report explains what it is and why Norway needs to address it.
CIMULACT has given concrete and unique input to EU’s research and innovation agenda based on visions from citizens in 30 European countries.
In a comprehensive ‘Inspiration Catalogue’ we share 11 participatory methods developed or adapted by CIMULACT to engage citizens in research and innovation
The EU-financed project DESSI (Decision Support on Security Decision) developed a decision support tool for decision makers.
The purpose of this report is to help to exchange knowledge to policy-makers by providing an overview of current developments, major challenges, policies and strategies in the EPTA member countries and regions.