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Academic offer and demand for advanced profiles in the EU. Artificial Intelligence, High Performance Computing and Cybersecurity

Montserrat López-Cobo, Giuditta De Prato (), Georgios Alaveras (), Riccardo Righi (), Sofia Samoili, Jiri Hradec (), Lukasz Ziemba (), Katarzyna Pogorzelska () and Melisande Cardona ()
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Giuditta De Prato: European Commission - JRC,
Georgios Alaveras: European Commission - JRC,
Jiri Hradec: European Commission - JRC,
Lukasz Ziemba: European Commission - JRC,
Katarzyna Pogorzelska: European Commission - JRC,

No JRC113966, JRC Working Papers from Joint Research Centre (Seville site)

Abstract: This study aims at supporting the policy initiatives to develop the availability in EC Member States of adequate advanced digital skills in a number of IT domains including Artificial Intelligence, High Performance Computing and Cybersecurity. By making use of the Techno-Economic Segments analytical approach developed under the PREDICT3 project (joint effort of EC JRC and DG CNECT), the study collects data and builds quantitative indicators to provide evidence based policy support. It addresses the mapping of digital skills in the mentioned technological domains from two complementary perspectives: the existing offer of academic courses (bachelor, master and doctoral programs), and the demand of profiles by industry as reflected by industry activity in the referred fields.

Keywords: digital skills; industry demand; educational offer; artificial intelligence; cybersecurity; high performance computing; digital transformation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 67 pages
Date: 2019-03
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