Open Space Member • 26 November 2021
Blog Series

By 2030, at least 80% of the population in the EU is expected to have basic digital skills. ETF partner countries also have similar very ambitious projects.

For more than a decade, ETF has used the European Digital Competence Framework, also known as DigComp, as a reference to conceptualise what being digitally competent means and use it to support the development of digital skills policy.

But, today and in perspective, what does it mean, for example, for “Citizens interacting with AI syste...

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