Amidst rapid technological advancements, European Digital Innovation Hubs (EDIHs) stand as linchpins in propelling Europe toward its Digital Decade goals. At the recent EUH4D Roadshow during the DIGITAL SME Alliance Summit on November 13th, 2023, these hubs’ pivotal roles took […]
The experiments of the third and final call from EUHubs4Data are ongoing; amongst the many benefits being provided to SMEs throughout the EU, one of them is the Big Data and AI Maturity Assessment framework, developed by CeADAR, Ireland’s National […]
12 / 10 / 2023
Aditya Grover, Andrés Suarez-Cetrulo, Ricardo Simon Carbajo |
DataWeek2023 was recently concluded, drawing more than 200 enthusiastic participants who thoroughly enjoyed the diverse sessions, engaging panels, and thought-provoking talks, all revolving around the theme “Data Meets Infrastructure at the Edge”. Co-organized by EUHubs4Data in collaboration with BDVA and […]
Through a recent paper written by one of EUH4D’s partners, an interesting discussion was introduced to accelerate the complexity of sharing data among multiple parties and introducing data spaces as a solution, though also pointing out the current limitation of […]
One of the most successful EUH4D experiments from the first round, Tunnll, and the Municipality of Rožnov pod Radhoštěm have agreed to sign a Letter of Intent that outlines their plan to introduce an advanced local public transport service in […]
In its endeavour to establish the reference Federation in Europe for cross-border data-driven experimentation and innovation, the EUHubs4Data project has identified a set of stakeholders of strategic value for the future of such Federation. Those represent the AI, Data and […]
According to state-of-the-art, the most common reasons why SMEs fail in their endeavours include: lack of capital or funding, inadequate management team, faulty infrastructure or business model, and unsuccessful marketing initiatives. Consequently, designing a credible roadmap for most small and […]
The Ethics Monitoring Group (EMG) inside the EUHub4Data project comprises representatives of the project’s beneficiaries. It aims to advise the project on ethical aspects, including the handling of personal data; this activity is needed because EUHubs4Data dynamically extends with each […]
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