Priority Policy Areas

The IntelComp Platform is going to be co-designed and tested with experts in three priority areas of Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) policy:

STI policy for Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence

Under the lead of the IntelComp partner SEDIA (Spanish Secretary of State for Digitalization and Artificial Intelligence), the Project explores the co-development and use of the IntelComp Platform for activities such as intelligence gathering in AI R&D and AI capabilities in industry.

STI policy for health, in particular cancer research
cancer research

Under the lead of the IntelComp partner OST (Science and Technology Observatory) in France, the Project explores the co-development and use of the IntelComp Platform for activities related to STI policies towards the creation of academia-industry linkages, the identification of new technologies and the links to patient groups.

STI policy for Sustainable Blue Growth under Climate Change
Climate Change

Under the lead of the IntelComp partner ARC (Athena Research Center) in Greece, the Project explores the co-development and use of the IntelComp Platform for activities such as an holistic mapping and understanding of the laws, policies and strategies at international, European and national level; or an analysis of innovations and new technologies to enhance mitigation and adaptation to climate change.