On November 22nd the European Commission held a workshop to help shape new Research and Innovation (R&I) policy activities in virtual worlds and Web 4.0. 

Michael Sluydts (ePotentia) represented the AID4GREENEST project, providing insights into how virtual worlds can help the design of new green steels through data visualization, digital twins, integrated AI and remote collaboration.

Virtual world applications in topics such as green transition, education, biodiversity, health, smart cities and disaster response as well as their practical implementations were also explored. Perhaps soon you too can join the brainstorming in the EUs virtual worlds!