Here we find TECHNEQUALITY news items and (planned) events.

Technequality Webinar 3: 10 February 2021, 12.00 - 13.00h CET

Title: Which Regime Works best in Social Welfare? Comparison of Outcomes of Dutch RCT Experiments and Lessons Learned for Social Policy.

By Prof. Dr. Ruud Muffe...

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Technequality Webinar 2: 3 February 2021, 12.00 - 13.00h CET

Title: Technological Change, Skills and Labour Market Outcomes

By Prof. Dr. Tomas Korpi (Stockholm University)


Technological ch...

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Technequality Webinar 1: 20 January 2021, 12.00 - 13.00h CET

Title: Scenarios on how Technological Innovations will affect Work

By Prof. Dr. Didier Fouarge (Maastricht University).  



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Newsletter 4 - January 2021

In this 4th Newsletter we introduce our Technequality webtool, look back at Technequality in the media in 2020 and look for...

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HEInnovate Webinar ''Social and sustainable entrepreneurship and innovation" on 5 November 2020

The second HEInnovate webinar (with - amongst others - Technequality consortium members Raymond Montizaan and Cornelia Suta as speakers)  puts select themes of th...

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Dutch livecast 'From EGO to ECO' on 3 November 2020

with Technequality Project Coordinator Mark Levels as one of the speakers. Subjects are amongst others:

  • How will we work and learn in the future?

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Policy Advisory Board and Consortium Meeting 7 and 8 October 2020

During the Policy Advisory Board (PAB) we discussed with Policy Advisors about the first Technequality Policy Brief. We had interesting discussions, which will be cont...

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Newsletter 3 - 31 August 2020

How many job losses will there be in Europe by 2030? And what are two major challenges to education systems in times of technological changes?  Important question...

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Can Europe keep up with its digital legacy and be a global rule-maker?

These and other very relevant questions will be discussed at the 2020 AI Summit on September 30 and October 1. During the summit Technequality Project Coordi...

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Interview with Professor Mark Levels about underestimation of AI.

We all know that in the (near) future jobs will disappear as a result of new technologies like AI and robotics. But how should we cope with this?

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