D2.4 – Database on implementation and enforcement mechanisms within EU multi-level governance

Lead beneficiary: CEPS

This report is a brief explanation of the work conducted for deliverable 2.4 of work package two of the TRIGGER project.

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D2.5 Working paper on public-private governance and regulatory instruments at the EU level

Lead beneficiary: TUM

This report provides an overview of different ways of thinking about the interplay between public and private governance and the regulatory instruments available to various stakeholders in the governance of technology.

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D3.1 The TRIGGER Model for Evaluating Actorness: Testing EU actorness and influence in domestic and global governance

Lead beneficiary: FUB
Contributors: FUB, CEPS, EUI

It is the aim of this deliverable to provide an overview on theories and concepts for actorness and effectiveness of the EU in the context of global governance.

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D3.2 Toolkit to analyse EU actorness and influence in domestic and global governance

Lead beneficiary: FUB

It is the aim of this deliverable to provide an overview and approaches for operationalizing and measuring actorness and effectiveness. This will serve as one input for the development of an ontology that helps conceptualizing the AGGREGATOR database.

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D3.7 Technical Brief on AGGREGATOR

Lead beneficiary: CEPS
Contributors: Moritz Laurer (CEPS), Gaby Umbach (EUI)

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D4.1 Review of Current Governance Regimes and EU Initiatives Concerning Open Standards and OSS, Including Effects on Innovation and Competition

Lead beneficiary: Technical University of Munich
Contributors: Nora von Ingersleben-Seip and Tim Büthe
Reviewers: John Zysman and Andrea Renda

This report analyses European policies that seek to foster open standards and open source software, including their goals, feasibility and effectiveness in achieving the stated objectives.

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D4.2 Taking stock of existing trends and forward- looking scenarios in the application and governance of distributed ledger technologies (working paper)

Lead beneficiary: ETLA
Contributors: Juri Mattila
Reviewers: Balazs Bodo and Andrea Renda

The potential of blockchain technology and distributed ledgers have received a lot of attention in the public discussion in recent years. Since the advent of the first widely known use case of blockchain technology in 2008, the concepts in the field have gone through a number of evolutionary phases, expanding in breadth and taking on new meanings. The expansion in terminology has largely led to inflated and erroneous beliefs about the revolutionary effects of the phenomenon.

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D4.3 Review of current governance regimes and EU initiatives concerning AI (working paper)

Lead beneficiary: EPFL
Contributors: Aengus Collins, Marie-Valentine Florin, Anca Rusu, Anshuman
Saxena and Gianluigi Viscusi
Reviewers: Gianluca Misuraca and Andrea Renda

This report is concerned with the governance implications of artificial intelligence and machine learning. Machine-learning models can be used to automate decisions in an ever-widening range of contexts and this automated decision-making can be deployed in ways that have a material impact on people’s lives, from shaping the content of a social media newsfeed to determining whether or not someone should be incarcerated.

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D5.1 Report Key Factors and Trends for Scenarios – Results of Fiesole Workshop

Lead beneficiary: Fraunhofer ISI

The TRIGGER Scenario Development Approach.

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D6.1 COCTEAU Quarterly Landscape of Public Engagement

Lead beneficiary: ISINNOVA
Contributors: POLIMI, CEPS, SPI

This report illustrates the first design of Permanent Observatory of Public Engagement (POPE).

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D6.2 Existing Knowledge Platform

Lead beneficiary: ISINNOVA
Contributors: POLIMI, CEPS, SPI

First newsletter from the Permanent Observatory of Public Engagement (POPE) dedicated to public engagement in the governance of sustainable development challenges and transformative technologies.

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D6.3 COCTEAU Policy Makers User Input

Lead beneficiary: CEPS
Contributor: Andrea Renda

This report includes a description of possible use cases for policy makers wishing to use the future COCTEAU to be released by the TRIGGER project.

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D7.1 Common standardised format for deep dives

Lead beneficiary: CEPS
Contributors: EMEA, EPFL, FUB

This report describes the main format to be followed by each of these four deep dives: climate policy and COP21, Sustainable Development Goals, EU-Africa Partnership and Development Aid and new technologies, with a particular focus on data protection.

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D7.2 Guidance on how to use AGGREGATOR for Deep Dives

Lead beneficiary: CEPS
Contributors: Andrea Renda, Moritz Laurer (CEPS), Gaby Umbach (EUI)

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D10.8 Policy Brief M12

Lead beneficiary: CEPS
Contributor: Andrea Renda

This report presents a comprehensive positioning of the TRIGGER project within the current policy debate.

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