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Artificial Intelligence: The AI4EU project launches on 1 January 2019

On 12 December the European Commission and partners of the AI4EU project signed a new grant agreement, paving the way for an AI-on-demand platform for Europe. AI4EU will mobilise the whole European AI ecosystem and already unites 79 partners in 21 coun… → Read More: Artificial Intelligence: The AI4EU project launches on 1 January 2019

Robotics & AI in the EU

The draft ethics guidelines working document from the #AI_HLEG is online for stakeholders’ consultation in the European AI Alliance forum. http://bit.ly/2QDmgmGJoin to make your voice heard http://bit.ly/2l7xw8v → Read More: Robotics & AI in the EU

Robotics & AI in the EU

The draft ethics guidelines working document from the #AI_HLEG is online for stakeholders’ consultation in the European AI Alliance forum. http://bit.ly/2QDmgmGJoin to make your voice heard http://bit.ly/2l7xw8v → Read More: Robotics & AI in the EU

Robotics & AI in the EU

The draft ethics guidelines working document from the #AI_HLEG is online for stakeholders’ consultation in the European AI Alliance forum. http://bit.ly/2QDmgmGJoin to make your voice heard http://bit.ly/2l7xw8v → Read More: Robotics & AI in the EU

An Introduction to the Competition Law and Economics of “Free”

Benjamin Edelman and Damien Geradin. An Introduction to the Competition Law and Economics of ‘Free’.  Antitrust Chronicle, Competition Policy International.  August 2018. Many of the largest and most successful businesses today rely on providing services at no charge to at least a portion of their users. Consider companies as diverse as Dropbox, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, …

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An Introduction to the Competition Law and Economics of “Free”

Benjamin Edelman and Damien Geradin. An Introduction to the Competition Law and Economics of ‘Free’.  Antitrust Chronicle, Competition Policy International.  August 2018. Many of the largest and most successful businesses today rely on providing services at no charge to at least a portion of their users. Consider companies as diverse as Dropbox, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, …

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An Introduction to the Competition Law and Economics of “Free”

Benjamin Edelman and Damien Geradin. An Introduction to the Competition Law and Economics of ‘Free’.  Antitrust Chronicle, Competition Policy International.  August 2018. Many of the largest and most successful businesses today rely on providing services at no charge to at least a portion of their users. Consider companies as diverse as Dropbox, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, …

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CollaboPlanner @ CSCW 2018

Traveling and visiting new cities is often done in pairs or groups. Besides, searching collaboratively for places of interest is a common activity that frequently occurs on individual mobile phones, or on large tourist-information displays in public places such as visitor centers or train stations. Prior work suggests that the technologies available to travelers prevent effective collaborative […] → Read More: CollaboPlanner @ CSCW 2018

CollaboPlanner @ CSCW 2018

Traveling and visiting new cities is often done in pairs or groups. Besides, searching collaboratively for places of interest is a common activity that frequently occurs on individual mobile phones, or on large tourist-information displays in public places such as visitor centers or train stations. Prior work suggests that the technologies available to travelers prevent effective collaborative […] → Read More: CollaboPlanner @ CSCW 2018

CollaboPlanner @ CSCW 2018

Traveling and visiting new cities is often done in pairs or groups. Besides, searching collaboratively for places of interest is a common activity that frequently occurs on individual mobile phones, or on large tourist-information displays in public places such as visitor centers or train stations. Prior work suggests that the technologies available to travelers prevent effective collaborative […] → Read More: CollaboPlanner @ CSCW 2018