Digital data is an essential resource of the EU data economy, generating economic growth, competitiveness, innovation, job creation and societal progress. At the same time however, the uptake of new and disruptive technologies across the European economy presents various legal, ethical and social issues and questions.
Do the do the privacy concepts of the GDPR fit with big data?
Can anonymisation techniques be applied while keeping an acceptable level of predictability and utility of big data analytics?
Is the current legal framework in relation to data ownership satisfactory?
Can social differences in access to technology and education or skills lead to data-driven discrimination?
Join us on 10 October for our Collaborative Symposium, in which we will first guide you through the relevant frameworks and examine the predominant legal, ethical and social issues arising across sectors in the EU data economy.These issues have been brought to the forefront by the EU-funded research & innovation project LeMO, which aims to identify how the potential benefits associated with big data can be used to improve the European transport industry.
We then invite you to participate in our interactive roundtable discussions to debate these issues as well as to validate or reformulate proposed solutions, with the aim of improving the existing frameworks related to data in the EU.
Sky Lounge of the Maison de l'Automobile, Boulevard de la Woluwe 46, 1200 Brussels
13:00 - 13:30 Welcome & registration
13:30 - 14:00 Opening session
Alberto Gago Fernandez, Policy Officer, Data Policy and Innovation - DG CNECT, European Commission
Introduction - Leveraging Big Data to Manage Transport Operations
Rajendra Akerkar, Project Coordinator, H2020 LeMO
14:00 - 14:45 Plenary session
Presentation of 16 legal, ethical and social issues related to the EU data economy
14:45 - 15:15 Coffee break
15:15 - 16:45 Roundtable session
Attendees will be assigned to different roundtables to debate and share experience and ideas on data-related topics.
The discussions will be moderated and initiated by introducing questions and presenting findings to the group.
16:45 - 17:00 Coffee break
17:00 - 17:30 Closing session
Benoit Van Asbroeck, Partner, Bird & Bird
Julien Debussche, Senior Associate, Bird & Bird
Jasmien César, Associate, Bird & Bird
For any enquiries please contact:
Cecile Chanel on +32 (0)2 282 60 25 or click here