r google-plus facebook twitter linkedin2 nujij P P M G W Monitor Nieuwsbrief pdclogo man met tas twitter boek

International Conference "The EU-China Digital Connectivity: Opportunities and Challenges", Brussel

Atomium in Brussel.
© Kevin Bergenhenegouwen
datum 11 oktober 2019 09:30 - 17:30
plaats Brussel, België
locatie European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) - rue Belliard 99 - 1040 Toon locatie
organisatie College of Europe

Friday 11.10.19

09:30 to 17:30

Location

JDE 62

European Economic and Social Committee (EESC)

rue Belliard 99

1040 Brussels

Belgium

On 11 October 2019 in Brussels, the Baillet Latour Chair of EU-China Relations and the EU-China Research Centre, College of Europe, hosted the international conference "The EU-China Digital Connectivity: Opportunities and Challenges", organised in partnership with the European Economic and Social Committee.

Digital connectivity, the digital economy and cybersecurity have all been recent and growing policy issues between the European Union and China. In both Europe and China, businesses and governments are determined to invest heavily in advanced technologies such as HPC, 5G, AI and robotics, and to unlock their potential for economic and social benefits. The ICT sector and the broader digital economy thus are strategic priorities for both the EU and China and play an expanding role in their bilateral relations, arguably being an area of both cooperation and competition. Beijing and Brussels are increasingly relying on each other to make their digital economies grow, and joint development strategies can give them an edge in exploiting the full potential of advanced digital technologies. On the other hand, a number of economic, political and even ethical issues do not merely hinder further cooperation, but threaten to make "systemic rivalry" expand to the digital sector.

This international conference brought together a wide range of top-level international academics, practitioners and policymakers, to explore where EU and Chinese strategic priorities stand in this sector and to propose a development path for a digital connectivity that advances mutual interests.

This conference was open to the public.

For questions and further information, please contact: eu-china-conferences [at] coleurope.eu

If you wish to receive the EU-China Observer and EU-China relations updates, please register yourself on the College of Europe mailing list and make sure to ‘check’ the ‘EU-China Observer and events on EU-China relations’ box.

Conference programme

Contributors

Participants

«

October 2019

»

m

t

w

t

f

s

s

30

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

1

2

3

All events

get connected with Bruges

get connected with Natolin

Unless otherwise indicated, this website and its contents are the property of The College of Europe. All rights reserved.


Terug naar boven