BDV PPP MEET-UP
DAY 1 - 14TH MAY
|14:00||PLENARY: Welcome & The Bulgarian Experiment using BDVe Assets - Marketplace & Skills BDV PPP Status|
|15:00||How to tackle GDPR within the innovation lifecycle?||Data Sharing, Data Set & Associated Business Model|
|17:00||Technology solutions for privacy issues: what is the best way forward?||Towards a Federation of European Data Spaces||Software approaches for managing Big Data|
|18:30||Data Skills and Education: Mobility Programme and Educational Hub (Plenary Session)|
Day 14th May
15:00 | How to tackle GDPR within the innovation lifecycle?
In a few days, everybody will have to be GDPR compliant, but are you ready? Is GDPR having an impact on your research work? Which practices and tools are you using to tackle these concerns? Which advice are you giving to spinoff/startup willing to exploit Big Data to create value?
15:00 | Data Sharing, DataSet and associated Business Model
This session will be focused on sharing experiences among projects about the needs for data sharing inside and outside them, as well as how the data management plans being developed in each of them is being handled.
17:00 | Technology solutions for privacy issues: what is the best way forward?
Can technology guarantee the anonymization of personal data without losing the value added of analytics? What is the best approach to designing privacy-aware solutions and services without falling into ethical traps, such as fostering discrimination and unfairness? Which data technologies are best to preserve privacy and security? Can we move from technology as the problem (violating privacy) to technology as the solution? This workshop will start from the project e-SIDES analysis and classification of the main PETs (privacy-enhancing technologies) to assess with participants the state of the art, discuss the emerging challenges, and carry out a collaborative discussion on the possible guidelines of responsible research and innovation in this field. A fully interactive and open discussion workshop.
17:00 | Towards a Federation of European Data Spaces
The objective of this session is to identify the areas of collaboration between the initiatives that have innovation based on data analytics at the core of their initiatives. We will discuss the different steps that need to be taken for a Federation of Data Spaces, starting from the most collaborative ones (Identifying and mapping expertise, service provision models, training programmes…) to evolve to the most complex ones (federated data access, federated resource usage, privacy and security in federated access…).
17:00 | Software approaches for managing Big Data
During this session, we will discuss possible different approaches for managing Big Data: from the perspective of a large company and how it uses Big Data and Machine Learning to manage its landscape, to a model-based Big Data Analytics as a service approach, and how to unlock IoT streams with adding context, presenting a specific case in agriculture.