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Tell us your opinion about the future research in the area of Emerging Risks...


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1GermanyNoThe research "Emerging Risk related to New Technologies" must be part of CURRENT R&D.
2GermanyYes 
3GermanyYes 
4United Arab EmiratesYesThe risk topic should be the number one topic at all. It is very important and becomes more and more important. Emerging Risks are corporate, but also public or industrial topic which is not understood ba practitioners on an acceptable level.
5HungaryYesYes, especially methods and IT tools for Natech events.
6RomaniaYesbecause technology evolves and requires new approaches, methods and software for better risk management
7SpainNo 
8ItalyYes 
9SpainYes 
10SpainNo 
11GermanyYesLong-term stability of soil and sediment bound organic pollutants; remobilization and bioavailability of such residues.
12United KingdomYesThe methods and tools need to be able to evolve as the attributes of the environment change and recognise complexity
13TurkeyYes 
14GermanyNomany people don`t even know the old approaches, methods and IT-tools: that is no sustainability
15AustraliaYesWe are in the IT age. We have Big data and rapidly-changing data in various areas. For Emerging risk analysis, I think new prediction/analysis methods and particularly new IT tools (Internet-based and mobile phone-based) are very important.
16CanadaYes 
17GermanyYes 
18GermanyYes 
19GermanyYesSince innovation is progressing fast, the methodologies & tool sets for risk management of new technologies should be playing in the same excellence league !
20NetherlandsYes. . . but only for specific emerging risks related to specific technologies. Probably 90% of the work on these new risks is done once the methods and tools for existing technologies are there.
21NetherlandsYesespecially the balance between stimulating innovation (the use of new materials, products, technologies) and being precautious (better safe than sorry). Those two don't not automatically go hand in hand meaning that we need to finf ways to deal with the precautionary principle and still give innovation all the possibilities ans psace it needs.
22AustriaYes 
23AustriaYesDefinitely. The domains of Cyber-Crime, Cyber-espionage and Cyber-war require the utmost attention of academic, industrial and governmental authorities. It would be gross negligence not to focus on these areas.
24PortugalYesMaybe joining efforts with the International Risk Governance Council (IRGC) http://www.irgc.org/
25PortugalYes 
26United StatesYesAs "emerging risks", these risks inherently need new approaches, methods, and tools in most cases
27ChinaYes 
28FranceYes 
29GermanyYesThe research should also focus on the development of strategies to cope with the political instrumentalisation of emerging risks
30GermanyYesThere is no doubt that emerging risk related to new technologies will play more and more important role in industry and for decision makers in the next years. So, it should be one of priorites in Horizon 2020.
31GermanyYes 
32GermanyYes 
33NorwayYes 
34GermanyYes 
35NetherlandsYes 
36NetherlandsYes 
37GermanyNo 
38GermanyYes 
39SloveniaYesYes, why not (until we can assure that new approaches, methods and tools are certainly hazard free)?
40GermanyYes 
41ItalyYes 
42IsraelYes 
43AustriaYes 
44ItalyYes 
45FranceYes 
46GermanyYes 
47GermanyYes 
48GermanyYes 
49GermanyYes 
50GermanyYes 
51GermanyYes 
52-Yes 
53FranceYes 
54FranceYes 
55GermanyNo 
56GermanyYes 
57GermanyYes 
58GermanyYes 
59GermanyYes 
60GermanyYes 
61GermanyYes 
62GermanyYes 
63GermanyYes 
64GermanyYes 
65GermanyYes 
66GermanyYes 
67GermanyYes 
68GermanyYes 
69GermanyYes 
70GermanyYes 
71GermanyYes 
72GermanyYes 
73GermanyYes 
74GermanyYes 
75GermanyNo 
76GermanyNo 
77GermanyYes 
78GermanyYes 
79NorwayYesIn some way the results from the iNTeg-Risk project should be exploited, extended and further developed and adjusted in Horizon 2020.
80United KingdomNoI think that Emerging Risks are an interestng research area but I do not believe that they should be a Community priority in a time of constrained resources. The other areas mentioned in Horizon 2020 are higher priority for the community as a whole.
81PolandYesThere is still a significant needs to develop these topics for goverment and industry decison makers.