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	17 November 2020 	

  Research and Innovation

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News Alerts
Coronavirus: Advisors provide joint opinion on pandemic preparedness and 
Today the European Commission’s independent Group of Chief Scientific 
Advisors (GCSA), the European Group on Ethics in Science and New 
Technologies (EGE) and Peter Piot, special advisor to the President 
Ursula von der Leyen on the response to COVID-19, published a joint opinion

Mariya Gabriel, Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, 
Education and Youth said:

The advisors provide a detailed analysis of the many challenges we have 
been facing in the last months and give clear recommendations on how we 
can best move forward together. Only if we join forces and follow the 
guidance of scientific and ethical advice can we recover from this 
pandemic and ensure we will be prepared for the future/./


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Success stories
Artificial intelligence and freedom of expression: implications for 

The use of algorithms in digital media to personalise content has 
important implications for the democratic role of the media. EU-funded 
research is helping to ensure that these powerful new tools are 
harnessed for the benefit of society as a whole.



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Horizon magazine
Cloud shapes and formations impact global warming – but we still don’t 
understand them

Above the Atlantic Ocean, puffy white clouds scud across the sky 
buffeted by invisible trade winds. They are not ‘particularly big, 
impressive or extended’, says Dr Sandrine Bony, a climatologist and 
research director at the French National Centre for Scientific Research. 
‘But they are the most ubiquitous clouds on Earth.’



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	Horizon magazine <https://horizon-magazine.eu/>

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