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BDVe Webinar Series - Intro - Big Data for Public Policy, the state of play


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Do you know how data-driven approaches can influence the policy cycle and the benefits derived from this? Have you ever participated in a policy-lab, collaborating with other stakeholders to develop and test a policy? In this session, Anne Fleur van Veenstra from TNO will delve into current practices, insights and lessons learnt from current policy-lab projects, followed by Francesco Mureddu, from the Lisbon Council, who will look ahead and identify the main challenges and opportunities by presenting and discussing a roadmap for Future Research Directions in data-driven Policy Making.

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BDVe Webinar Series - Intro - Big Data for Public Policy, the state of play

  1. 1. BDVe Webinar Series Big Data for Public Policy – the state of play Introduction to the Webinar May, 14th 2019, 12:00 CEST Tomás Pariente
  2. 2. Webinars essentials Technical Cross- cutting Business VALUE Periodicity Monthly, first or second Tuesday at 12 CET TRACKS ▪ Showcasing Big Data PPP projects and topics of interest ▪ The goal is to show the VALUE of big data both from the TECHNICAL & BUSINESS perspectives ▪ Next topics oBig Data in Manufacturing (June 18, 12CEST) oBig data in Agriculture and Bioeconomy oData Democratization oGDPR in brief oBig Data Education Hubs oData privacy and security oBig data for SMEs oAnd more… STAY TUNED:
  3. 3. Practical issues ▪ Maximum one hour ▪ Please, write questions in the chat ▪ Poll at the beginning ▪ Brief survey (two questions) after the webinar is finished POLL TIME
  4. 4. Anne Fleur van Veenstra Strategic and policy research in the field of the information society at TNO Francesco Mureddu Advisor in innovation and technology policies Associate Director at The Lisbon Council