The Big Policy Canvas project proposes a roadmap to define research and innovation directions for the public sector to tackle societal challenges through new data-driven policy making approaches. The first version is available and you can contribute by providing your comments at: https://roadmap.bigpolicycanvas.eu/
The European Commission has opened a consultation on the orientation of the first two years of its proposed seven-year Digital Europe programme. The inputs received will help the Commission to shape the work programmes and calls for proposals for the programme’s first two years (2021-2022). The consultation will close on 25 October. Link to the EC page and consultation here.
The European Big Data Value Forum, that will take place from 14 to 16 of October in Helsinki (Finland), is the flagship event of the European Big Data community. This year's edition around the theme “Artificial Intelligence and Big Data Transforming Business and Society”, is jointly organized by the Big Data Value Association, the European Commission and VTT.
You can contribute now to the white paper on "Artificial Intelligence in the health sector" that BDVA is elaborating, by providing your feedback in this survey.
The aim of the questionnaire is to identify the biggest opportunities, expected impact and value, necessary enablers and challenges of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in healthcare.
One more year, the European Big Data community has gathered during three days at the Big Data Value PPP Summit, an event organized by the BDVA and BDVe project, together with the European Commission, and with the threefold objective of giving visibility to the carried out activities of the PPP, attracting new actors to the ecosystem, and strengthening links and collaborations.
The edition of this year has been held in Riga from 24th to 26th of June, in the amazing building of the Latvian National Library, and has counted with the valuable collaboration of Tilde as local organizer.
The Next Generation Internet Forum will be hosted in Helsinski on 25th September 2019. Join the discussions about funds and supports the growth of European innovative research and innovation initiatives that makes it possible to bring about a better Internet that respects human and societal values.
The DIHNET.EU project enables the coordination of European, national and regional initiates directly supporting the digital transformation and Digital Innovation Hubs (DIHs). The project aims to create a sustainable pan-European network of networks, with a focus on regional DIHs.
The Horizon Europe framework programme represents the largest collaborative multinational research and innovation investment in Europe with a proposed budget of 100 billion euro from 2021 to 2027. The European Commission invites participants accross Europe to help shape the priorities of the HE programme by completing the online consultation until 8th September.
On the 27th June 2019, the BDVA General Assembly officially welcomed 11 new members, among which there are 5 Full Members and 6 Associate Members. New members come from 9 different countries: Czech Republic, France, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Poland, Spain, Switzerland and UK.