Our community, projects and partners made Data Week 2021 a success!

During the course of three days, the Data Week 2021 brought together over 450 experts from the BDVA/DAIRO community, projects and partners, and the EUHubs4Data European Data-driven Innovations Hubs Federation community to join the discussion. BDVA/DAIRO says a big thank you to all the participants, organisers, speakers, partners and collaborators!

Speeding up Industrial AI and Trustworthiness - Position Paper

A position paper introducing a comprehensive industrial and trustworthy AI framework has been recently published in its consultation version. The position paper summarises the presentations and discussions of Franco-German workshops, including numerous received feedbacks. It also aligns with national and European related roadmaps to industrial and trustworthy AI. It should be seen as a first step in speeding up Industrial AI and AI trustworthiness across Europe. Find the paper here.

Joint Web Seminar “Speeding up Industrial AI and Trustworthiness” 

Taking the ongoing Franco-German collaboration on “Trustworthy & Industrial AI” as a reference, the web seminar will present existing projects, benefits, and outcomes of the cross-border collaboration, as well as possibilities to scale-up the collaboration at European level with the support of existing initiatives such as Gaia-X and BDVA. Register here!

BDVA/DAIRO pushes forward the work on standardisation and interoperability at the AG44

April's Activity Group Meeting (AG44) focused on contributions from research and innovation projects and BDVA/DAIRO members to data and AI standardisation and interoperability activities. The event, organised in collaboration with BDV projects, gathered nearly 100 members, Big Data Value Project portfolio representatives and other key stakeholders to exchange views, experience and ideas.

The EC proposes regulation and actions to foster trustworthy AI in Europe

Today, 21st of April, the Commission unveils the proposal for European artificial intelligence regulation. Combining the proposal with an updated Coordinated Plan on AI, the EC aims to guarantee the safety and fundamental rights of Europeans while strengthening AI uptake, investment and innovation across the EU.

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