You will find below an archive key documents from the Ideas Network 2030 and our events.
At the IN2030 Autumn Seminar, Ajit Jaokar presented a set of slides which summarised the European Internet Forum report “The Digital World Towards 2040:Challenges ahead for Europe”. To access this document click here
At the IN2030 Autumn Seminar, Bruce Stokes presented a set of slides. To access this document click here
Understanding the evolution of Artificial Intelligence
How will AI evolve over the next few years / decades? That’s not an easy question to answer. Ajit Jaokar spoke about this subject at our March 2023 event and this supporting document gives more details of what he covered. To access this document click here
In September 2021 the Ideas Network published a document entitled “Potential ideas to improve the UK-EU relationship in particular for a younger generation”.
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Klaus Welle, Secretary General, European Parliament presented some slides at the first Ideas Network 2030 Annual Lecture: Global Trends to 2030: The challenges ahead for Europe.
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On the 24th February, Damian Collins MP, former Chairman of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee in the House of Commons, and Dr Christos Dimas MP, Deputy Minister of Research, Innovation and Technology, shared their views on how the UK and EU should respond to the opportunities and challenges presented by the digital transformation. You can read a summary of the discussion here.
On 27th January 2021, Tom Tugendhat, Chairman of both the China Research Group in the House of Commons and the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Select Committee and David McAllister, Chairman of the European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee shared their thoughts on how the UK and EU should respond across a number of policy areas to the challenges presented by the rise of China. You can read a summary of the discussion here.
This summary of Franck Debié’s presentation, by one of the participants at the Ideas Network 2030 event in Oxford, gives an insight into the perspectives and policy challenges to 2030 with key takeaways from the three ESPAS reports 2012, 2015, 2019.