The white paper by BDVA Task Force 7 focuses on the main ongoing challenges to understanding how AI can be a real catalyst for the transformation of the financial sector. It investigates emerging solutions across the EU, looking at the Digital Finance ecosystems and the transformative trends toward future innovative research in this field.
The KRAKEN project is finishing soon, successfully piloting secure data sharing. The project has built an online service enabling sharing, brokerage, and trading of sensitive personal data privately. The solutions include platform and data marketplace, and provides citizens with control of their data through a mobile app.
You can now get a ticket for the flagship event of the European big data and AI research and innovation community! EBDVF 2022 is held in Prague, the Czech Republic from the 21st to the 23rd of November. Early bird discount price applies until the 15th of September! For the BDVA members, we have additional special prices.
The fiftieth BDVA Activity Group meeting will take place on Wednesday 21st of September in Brussels. Representatives from the European Commission will join to present the Digital Decade Policy Programme and give updates on topics such as EDIHs, the implications for digital innovation hubs and Digital Skills. Also, the AG will allow you to get the latest developments related to the Data Strategy implementation.
The BDVA i-Space label is used for measuring the quality of data experimentation and innovation hubs in Europe. The qualified BDVA i-Spaces connect to the wider European ecosystem, getting visibility, access to knowledge and experience, collaboration opportunities and invitations to events and other activities
In each edition, European Big Data Value Forum offers companies, research institutions, associations, and other organisations opportunities to partner with the event by sponsoring. We have compiled different sized packages to engage the audience in all of the event channels, so there is something for everyone!
BDVA, EUHubs4Data project and the European Commission organised the workshop “Data/AI Standards and European rolling plan for ICT standardisation 2023” to share knowledge about the developments from projects and ongoing initiatives concerning their contribution to (pre-) standardization activities.
Government of Spain and the European Commission organised an event in Brussels to launch Spain’s pilot for a Regulatory Sandbox on Artificial Intelligence (AI) with the objective of “Bringing the AI Regulation Forward”. The BDVA Secretary-General, Ana García Robles, participated in the panel “AI regulatory sandboxes: a tool to support innovation and trustworthy AI”.
BDVA and MyData Global community connected in Helsinki on June 21-22, when our team joined the MyData 2022 conference. During the event days, BDVA had an opportunity to introduce how the association fosters fair and trusted data innovation.