JEDI IS THE EUROPEAN ARPA
LAUNCHING SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY GRANDCHALLENGES
DEVELOPPING UNIQUE TECH FORESIGHT
A MAJOR COMMON GOOD INITIATIVE BY EUROPEAN CIVIL SOCIETY
On the occasion of the French President's state visit to Sweden, the Joint European Disruptive Initiative (JEDI) and Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB (SEB) announce a strategic partnership on Technology.
This partnership between SEB and JEDI includes Moonshots research programs in Cybersecurity (post-quantum cryptography, homomorphic and AI-powered cyber), in Trust & fighting disinformation (deepfakes, cognitive manipulation), and in Artificial Intelligence/LLMs (including explainable AI, energy & data-frugal AI).
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JEDI Moonshot Council: AI Accelerator
JEDI Moonshot Council: Oceans & Lifesciences
JEDI Moonshot Council: Disinformation & Misinformation
JEDI Moonshot Council: Critical Raw Materials
Washington Technology & Policy High Level Visit
The JEDI Manifesto, all-out scientific and technological offensive for Europe to (re)gain leadership in the 21st century.
Kein KI-Moratorium, sondern eigene Programme entwickeln! Gastkommentar von Jonas Andrulis, CEO, Aleph Alpha, und Andre Loesekrug-Pietri, Vorsitzender, JEDI
Can Europe remain a space power? Op-ed by Marian-Jean Marinescu, MEP, Chair of Sky & Space Intergroup of the European Parliament, and Andre Loesekrug-Pietri, Chair of JEDI
The JEDI China Tech Radar was officially launched at the Munich Security Conference
IRA : l'Europe doit reprendre l'offensive technologique, et non se replier sur une guerre aux subventions. Tribune, Les Echos
ChatGPT : les GAFAM ne sont pas invincibles, l'Europe doit se doter d'une vision claire. Interview France Info