BDVA at the Research and Innovation Days (day 1) contributing to the sessions of the "Europe fit for the Digital Age" track

On the first day of the Research and Innovation Days, BDVA officials participated in two important sessions under the track "a Europe fit for the Digital Age".

  • During the morning, BDVA Vice President Laure Le Bars (SAP) participated in the panel on "Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, today and tomorrow".
  • In the afternoon, BDVA President Thomas Hahn (Siemens) was a keynote speaker of the session on "AI, Data and Robotics - building wider synergies around Europe" together with Cécile Huet, Deputy Head of Unit Robotics & Artificial Intelligence at the European Commission (DG CNECT). 

During the two sessions, the importance of the upcoming AI, Data and Robotics Partnership and recently released Strategic Research Innovation and Deployment Agenda was highlighted. 

The recording of these sessions is available here. For more information on these two sessions or on the participation of BDVA in the Research and Innovation days do not hesitate to contact us at: info@core.bdva.eu

BDVA response to the public consultation on Horizon Europe first Strategic Plan

BDVA welcomes the possibility to provide feedback to the open consultation for the First Strategic Plan of the Horizon Europe Programme and specifically to support the European Commission’s strategic planning process for Pillar 2 - Global Challenges and Industrial Competitiveness area.

For each of the Clusters of Pillar 2 (and more in details for Cluster 4), BDVA's response provides some feedback to the European Commission in order to highlight synergies between Partnerships and research activities which can be exploited under Horizon Europe and to suggest ways in which Data and AI ca support the achievement of the desired impacts.   

BDVA full response to this consultation can be found here.

For questions or comments on BDVA response to this consultation do not hesitate to contact us at: info@core.bdva.eu 

BDVA at the Research and Innovation Days 2020 !

The European Research and Innovation Days 2020 edition will take place from the 22nd to the 24th of September entirely online. BDVA will be present at the European Research and Innovation Days with several speakers participating in different sessions:

  • BDVA President, Thomas Hahn (Siemens) will intervene during the workshop on AI, data and robotics – building wider synergies around Europe which will take place on the 22nd of September at 16h.
  • BDVA President, Thomas Hahn (Siemens) will contribute to the Co-Design Session on Open Science and Open Innovation, scheduled for the 22nd of September at 14h. 
  • BDVA Vice President Laure Le Bars (SAP), will take part in the panel on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, Today and Tomorrow taking place on the 22nd of September at 11h45.
  • BDVA Vice President, Milan Petković (Philips), will participate in the discussions on Data for Health which will take place on the 23rd of September at 10h30. 

For questions on BDVA participation in the event do not hesitate to contact the BDVA office.

BDVA response to the public consultation on ethical and legal requirements for AI

BDVA welcomes the possibility to provide feedback to the Inception Impact Assessment concerning a Proposal for a legal act of the European Parliament and the Council laying down requirements for Artificial Intelligence. As already highlighted in BDVA response to the AI Whitepaper, BDVA strongly supports the development of a solid AI European approach based on European values. 

BDVA full response to this public consultation can be found here

Outcome of the BDVA Online Activity Group Workshop 38 on prioritisation of topics for the Data Deep Dive of the SRIDA (September 7th)

On the 7th of September, BDVA hold an online Activity Group meeting (AG38) which was entirely dedicated to prioritising amongst the topics to be included in the Data Deep Dive of the Strategic Research Innovation and Deployment Agenda. More than 70 participants joined the discussions and contributed to the prioritisation exercise.

BDVA response to the EOSC consultation on the Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda

BDVA has prepared a response to the Open Consultation for the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda, which closed on the 31st of August. BDVA response focuses on two key topics mentioned in EOSC SRIA and notably the question of European Data Spaces and the aspect of collaboration with the public and private sector.

The full text of BDVA response can be found here. For more information on the EOSC public consultation please visit EOSC website.

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