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26 - 26 NOV 2020 (9am - 13:35)

eu-LISA Annual Conference

On 26 November 2020, eu-LISA will host its 7th Annual Conference "Interoperability - Building Digital Resilience for the EU Justice and Home Affairs Community", organised in cooperation with the German Presidency of the Council of the European Union. This year's event will be entirely digital. We anticipate the live broadcast via a dedicated virtual platform will reach an even broader audience, facilitating the same level of interaction as a physical conference with participants being able to ask questions, comment, participate in polls and network. The event focusses on the paradigm shift introduced by interoperability, one of the EU Justice and Home Affairs domain's top priorities, while also reflecting on aspects pertaining to technical implementation. The panellists will explore how the JHA community can benefit from an enhanced focus on innovation and technology as well as on the potential influence of innovation and the latest technological solutions to policy-making at EU and national levels. Furthermore, possible implications from the COVID-19 pandemic on the acceleration of digital transformation, as well as benefits and possibilities for the law enforcement sector stemming from the new information architecture will also be discussed.

virtual (Tallin)

26 - 26 NOV 2020 (10:00 AM - 6:30 PM)

TRUSTinAI

International Conference on Artificial Intelligence within the framework of the German EU Council Presidency. Artificial intelligence has the potential to make a decisive contribution to overcoming the major challenges facing society. Success and acceptance depend largely on how responsibly AI is developed and applied.

virtual (Kaiserslautern)

3 - 5 MAY 2021 (9 am - 6 pm)

DTT Symposion 2021

The bi-annual conference of the German Terminology Assocation "DTT" takes place again in Mannheim. Rescheduled from spring 2020 to May 2021. Focus themes will be: Terminology in industrial applications, Concept systems, Terminology as a vehicle in SEO contexts.

Mannheim