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INDIGO Final Conference

New developments of automation are being developed and deployed in diverse policy areas. The conference asks how to
ensure the possibilities of maintaining the rule of law in an era of new technological possibilities and asks: How can EU public
law be developed to ensure a framework and developing the criteria for the exercise of public powers under conditions of
advancing automation of decision-making?
This is the closing conference of the project INformation in the EU’s DIgitalised GOvernance (INDIGO). It is looking on what has
been learnt, brings together policy proposals and seeks to further the debate on the project’s main questions for the future.


INDIGO Workshop, Barcelona

The 4th INDIGO Workshop will take place in Barcelona, 12 May 2023, 9 AM – 6 P at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra. The Barcelona workshop will address The Effect of Automated Decision Making Systems on Basic Principles in EU Public Law as well as consider how far we can develop model solutions adopted to decision-making ... Read more

Lecture questioning the “smartness” of smart governments: a call for intelligent, but not all-knowing, governments

Campus Kirchberg - Weicker Building room B001 (ground floor) 4, rue Alphonse Weicker, L-2721 Luxembourg

"Smart" has become a fashion trend buzzword which has been adopted by governments in pursuit of objectivity and rationality. This pursuit of "smartness" has posed new constitutional and political challenges that need to be addressed. This lecture reflects on the question "smartness to whom?" and whether governments can, and should, be smart at all. Speakers: ... Read more