ADR Awareness Centre

The European AI, Data and Robotics stakeholders operate from diverse historic backgrounds. To tap into the potentials of the diverse knowledge and resources generated in the AI, Data, and Robotics ecosystem, an all-inclusive collaboration approach between these stakeholders is necessary to make the ADR resources available and accessible to all.

For this, the ADR Awareness Centre is developed as an open repository of ADR educational resources and materials to enable collaboration and alignment among all projects within the Partnership, relevant external projects, and the public. The Awareness Centre will collect, validate, and publish educational resources and materials related to AI, Data, and Robotics.


  • - Who is this for? Everyone. Every project and organization in Europe including the general member of the public
  • - What does this Centre provide? AI, Data, and Robotics educational resources and materials produced in the EU
  • - When a new resource becomes available? The list of the resources will be updated when a new resource is submitted and validated
  • - Why should I publish a resource? Firstly, publishing your materials will promote and make them accessible to all. Secondly, it increases the transparency of your work and improves your and your organizations reputation. Last but not the least, your material will help address ADR challenges and contribute to shaping the future of ADR in Europe.
  • - How can I contribute and publish my resources? The Centre designed a very simple process for you to submit and publish your resources. You only need to submit your resource here and we will review and get it published and publicly accessible to all.
  • - What kinds of resources can I publish? The Centre only collects and publishes ADR related educational resources that can be publicly available and accessible to all. Copyrighted and licensed contents will not be published in the Centre.


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White paper

AI - Here for Good: National Artificial Intelligence Strategy for Ireland

The National AI Strategy sets out how Ireland can be an international leader in using AI to benefit our economy and society, through a people-centred, ethical approach to its development, adoption and use.


Legal framework and regulation
White paper

Toward Trustworthy AI Development: Mechanisms for Supporting Verifiable Claims

This report suggests various steps that different stakeholders in AI development can take to make it easier to verify claims about AI development, with a focus on providing evidence about the safety, security, fairness, and privacy protection of A

Support guidance in the responsible implementation of ADR, Understanding of the fundamental rights and values
Software resources

Defend the Rhino

Join our data science team and help us stop a gang of rhino poachers. You’ll use use data science skills to analyse security camera data from across Kruger national park in South Africa.

Data processing technologies

AI in practice and implementation strategies

This session deals with the implementation of AI in public sector organisations. It will asks panelists to reflect on the challenges for implementing AI in the public sector, and how to address them.

Cooperation with partners
Target audience
Public Sector
Online Course

AI in Middle School Science Topics

Any instance where there is a large amount of data to be examined or processed that would take a lot of time for a person to examine, AI can do it and not get distracted, fatigued, or bored. This makes it a helpful tool for scientists to use.

Sensing and processing methods, Architecture of sensing and perception systems, Meta-data contexts
Target audience
Individual Citizens/Members of the Society, Private Sector, Public Sector, Researchers and Academic
White paper

Ensuring the Safety of Artificial Intelligence

The essays are some of our first steps towards an understanding of how to make today’s choices in ways that take the people of tomorrow seriously. This is not an easy undertaking.

Legal framework and regulation, Recommendations towards policy changes, Best practices in deployment
Target audience
ADR Experts and Associations, Individual Citizens/Members of the Society, Policy Makers, Private Sector, Public Sector, Researchers and Academic

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