In this digital age, when AI (Artificial Intelligence) is coming of age, the development and use of multilingual technologies, in an effort to achieve language equality in the EU, is one of ECSPM’s major interests. Hence the partnership with the “Cracking the Language Barrier” initiative, and our partnership with the European Language Equality – a European funded project “to develop a strategic research, innovation and implementation agenda and a roadmap for achieving full digital language equality in Europe”. Another significant concern of ECSPM is to investigate the role of digital technologies in relation to multilingualism and to study the effects of the introduction of digital tools and information computer technology in language education. It is with these concerns in mind that the ECSPM 2020 symposium was organised and that its members will participate this year in the third European Education Summit on “Digital education transformation: building resilience in the European education area” organised by the European Commission.