Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) and Accenture have signed a collaboration agreement for the creation of AI.nnovation Space, a new artificial intelligence technology center. It will be the first European mixed technology center located in a Spanish university, where all the stages of an innovative product, from the collection of ideas until the release to the market, will be covered. The center will be placed at the High Technical School of Computer Engineers of the UPM, in the Campus of International Excellence of Montegancedo (Boadilla del Monte, Madrid).
open source Integrator Platform at the Webinar scheduled on Thursday 16 November, 15:00
Integrator Platform can do, how it does it, and how you can use it in order to derive more
value from your data sets. Moreover the project’s latest achievements with regard to
Semantifying the Big Data Stack will be showcased.
BDVA announces the official publication of its Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) version 4 .
The agenda defines the overall goals, main technical and non-technical priorities, and a research and innovation roadmap for the European Public Private Partnership (PPP) on Big Data Value. The SRIA explains the strategic importance of Big Data, describes the data value chain and the central role of ecosystems, details a vision for Big Data Value in Europe in 2020, and sets out the objectives and goals to be accomplished by the PPP within the European research and innovation landscape of Horizon 2020 (H2020) and at both national and regional levels.
The NSF Big Data innovation Hubs organises an interactive workshop titled "Trans-Atlantic Symposium on Public Private Partnerships for Big Data Research and Innovation and Workforce Development" on November 19-20, 2017 in Versailles.
More information about the track here.
With the objective of assessing the economic value and potential of data sharing between companies in Europe, and to understand the success factors of data sharing between economic operators, the European Commission has launched a survey to gather information from companies that are either sharing data or re-using data.
This survey is part of the first comprehensive study that has ever been carried out in Europe to ascertain the economic and innovation potential of data sharing. The survey is available on https://ec.europa.eu/eusurvey/runner/DataSharingEurope// in different languages, and will be open until November 30.
Your involvement and participation in this survey is very important for the European
Commission, so that reliable can be conclusions can be drawn from a representative sample.
In order to promote digital innovation in health and care for the benefits of citizens and health systems in Europe, the European Commission launched a public consultation on Health and Care in the Digital Single Market. The BDVA TF7-Healthcare members provided a collective answer on these three pillars. You can find BDVA's response to the EC's consultation on Health and care in the Digital Single Market here.