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Digital inclusion. Identifying the factors behind the digital divide

The Ministry of Digitalisation has released the results of a study it commissioned from the Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER): « Digital Inclusion. Identifying the factors behind the digital divide« . The study, now available online, is one of the 40 initiatives foreseen in the National Plan for Digital Inclusion. The study completes the survey requested …

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OECD study: The impact of AI on women’s working lives

The aim of the report of the Organisation for Economic Collection and Development is to raise awareness among readers of the dynamics, technical functionality and potential impacts of AI by focusing on women. It also presents changing skills demands in the labour market. It also highlights the impact of AI on women entering the workplace …

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AI and education: guidance for policy-makers

‘AI and education: Guidance for policy-makers‘ is developed by UNESCO within the framework of the implementation of the Beijing Consensus, aimed at fostering AI-ready policy-makers in education. It aims to generate a shared understanding of the opportunities offered by AI for education, as well as its implications for the essential competencies required by the AI …

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The Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI)

The Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI) summarises indicators of Europe’s digital performance and tracks the progress of EU countries. Since 2014, the European Commission has been closely monitoring the digital progress of its Member States through the Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI) reports. These annual reports not only provide country-specific profiles to help …

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UNESCO Guidelines for ICT in education policies (2022)

Countries across the world have been leveraging information and communication technologies (ICTs) to advance education for decades. These initiatives are driven by public institutions and involve commercial technology companies, and have resulted in paradoxes such as increasing digital inequalities and uneven access to high-quality digital learning opportunities. The COVID-19 crisis further exacerbated this trend: at least …

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