The study uses a number of data collection techniques to gather different stakeholders’ opinions and visions on the Digital Transformation theme, in order to produce final recommendations and guidelines. The answers help to understand the main trends, difficulties, best practices and their common ground around Europe and beyond, and to better assess the status of the Digital Transformation implementation, its impact and how the human factor is decisive for the success of the process.
The REELER project aims at aligning the roboticists’ visions of a future with robots with empirically-based knowledge of human needs and societal concerns. It will offer proactive steps towards ethical and responsible robots by suggesting radical changes in current robot design procedures.
DiDIY Project intends to develop a human-centric and multi-perspective approach to the scientific study of the transformations generated by the increasing social adoption of atoms-bits convergence (ABC) devices.
The @Science project aims at establishing a transnational network about the access to science by visually impaired students.