EUH4D Data Forum 2022 is approaching
"Building a trusted and fair data-driven federation" is the title of this year's edition of the Data Forum promoted by the EUHubs4Data project.
Data Forum is an annual event organized by the EUHubs4Data, created to raise awareness, share results and recommendations and collect feedback on strategies and policies around data from the European Commission. The 2022 edition will be held on March 30th in Leuven, Belgium. The event is organized as a part of KU Leuven’s LAILEC (Leuven AI Legal and Ethics) 2022 conference.
What does the European legislation need to foster data-driven cross-border experimentation and effective data sharing? Data Forum 2022 examines the creation of a federation of Data-Driven Innovation Hubs from the law and ethics perspective. It outlines the current and upcoming regulatory landscape and its impact on cross-border data-driven innovation and experimentation. Using the EUHubs4Data experiments and assets offering as a reference, it pinpoints the policy and ethical challenges of data sharing and addresses them with tangible examples. The event provides a far-sighted view of the creation of federated ecosystems and data spaces in Europe.
The half-day event brings together an inspiring set of speakers with a wide variety of expertise. The panellists include EU policymakers, researchers, and representatives from SMEs, startups and DIHs. Giving the spotlight to innovators and research projects building European data markets, Data Forum 2022 provides insight drawing from the concrete experience of actors working in the field. The event welcomes entrepreneurs and SMEs creating data and AI services, DIHs wanting to strengthen their ecosystem, ethics and law scholars analysing the effects of the regulation, policy-makers and experts shaping the environment or anyone curious to see how the future of European innovation is shaped.
More information about the programme and all the logistics is available on the EUH4Data website.
The EUHUBS4DATA project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 951771.