|Statement||edited by Shaazka M. Beyerle ; [with a special contribution by Mary Good].|
|Contributions||Beyerle, Shaazka M., European Institute. Project on Transatlantic Technology Cooperation.|
|LC Classifications||T21 .T69 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||94070058|
Within this context, this book addresses recent developments in transatlantic S&T cooperation between the European Union and the United States. The EU-U.S. relationship dates back to the s, with regular EU-U.S. Summits to assess and develop transatlantic cooperation. The case for stronger technology cooperation Zoe Stanley-Lockman 12 Beyond (dis-)information contagion Democratic resilience and the future of transatlantic relations firmed the strength and endurance of the transatlantic bond. This book is an attempt to map out what lies beyond the divide and peer into the future of the transatlantic. The successful conclusion of the US-EU Agreement on Science and Technology Cooperation offers the prospect of a new chapter in transatlantic cooperation. As with any international agreement in science and technology, the accord's full potential will be realized only if it can encourage mutually beneficial cooperation. Order Transatlantic Cooperation Surrounding Health Related Information and Communication Technology ISBN @ € Qty: Order Ebook A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Cooperation Surrounding Health Related Information and Communication Technologies (ITC) was signed in Washington DC on Decem between the EU and the US.
With US-China technological competition as a defining characteristic of this decade, a transatlantic technology cooperation agenda that addresses the rules, norms, and standards governing the use of emerging and sensitive technologies is becoming a critical aspect of foreign policy and national security. Transatlantic trade is stuck. Surprisingly, the US-China technological competition offers the possibility for a reset of the transatlantic relationship. As emerging and sensitive technologies are becoming a critical aspect of foreign policy and national security, US-EU cooperation on technical standards could provide an opportunity for both to move beyond their recent trade quarrels. Exceptional regulations facilitating transatlantic cooperation to tackle challenges with the help of digitalization and technology development and deployment in the sister cities have to be made in a transparent, participative fashion and include all stakeholders from the very beginning. In this book, we introduce the Policy Briefs which have resulted from the ARGOS project. We trust that this provides a good example of a transatlantic cooperation jointly coordinated by the EuroRec Institute and by the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA).
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