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Open Source: Challenges for Citizens
European funding is mandating projects to delivers everything in open source, especially as we move into Horizon Europe starting in 2021, where it will be mandatory to deliver project results in open source. Participants at the Networking Session pointed out a few challenges for citizens in this...
Posted by Helen Parker - 05/12/2018 - 09:43 in NGI national and EU initiatives
Should proposal take into
Should proposal take into account Regulation on the Free Flow of Non-personal Data that was published in the Official Journal of the European Union? Regulation will enter into force on 18 December 2018, it will start to apply on 29 May 2019.
Posted by Aljosa Pasic - 28/11/2018 - 17:12 in Webinar on Service and Data Portability: Q&A, Ideas & comments about the NGI ICT-24-2019 Call
Very interesting. We are also
Very interesting. We are also working on this, but we also need to take eIDAS eID into account. Any ideas how to link these with DID? Credentials derived from eID card?
Posted by Aljosa Pasic - 28/11/2018 - 17:03 in Genuine Global Identities for Open e-Democracy

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Human-centric approach to smart buildings
"The dramatic changes, which came with the technology like IoT, AI and Blockchain often focus on “things” and not on people and therefore leaves Citizens out of the City.
Posted by Helen Parker - 07/12/2018 - 12:05
Beyond the Internet: Enabling Businesses & Multi-stakeholder Dialogue
Silvana Muscella: Opportunities & challenges of NGI in the words of the public (consultation) NGI is a cross-disciplinary effort, for a human-centric approach to the future internet.
Posted by Helen Parker - 05/12/2018 - 17:35
Next Generation Internet: Beyond the Internet: Funding opportunities
Internet is key to most of our lives, changing the way we interact with each other, transforming all sectors of the economy. It will continue to drive all elements of society and the economy, including improved living, safer mobility, better health while enabling new business opportunities.
Posted by Helen Parker - 05/12/2018 - 17:17
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The internet plays an increasing role in our daily lives, for work, education and leisure. The next generation internet will be even more pervasive but it should also become a more human internet.

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Linz Center of Mechatronics GmbH
Mr Luigi Assom
Nifty.Works
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You Are My Guide
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HOP Ubiquitous
Mrs Bozena Wujec
Inspired
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School of Disruption
Mrs Marina Mortara
INTER IoT
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Alma DIgit S.R.L
Dr CHIARA BRESCIANI
Comune di Milano
Dr Eduard Grasa
Fundacio i2CAT
Mr Nuno Varandas
F6S Network Limited
Mr Mirko Ross
asvin.io
Mr TARIQ SARAJ
Riphah Institute of Systems Engineering, Riphah International University
Mr Hanni Abu
Blocknet

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Frédéric Donck

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Head of EU ICT Projects

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Executive Vice President VTT, VP, Data-Driven Solutions

Wolfgang Jamann

Executive Director of the International Civil Society Centre

Anna Monreale

Assistant Professor, Computer Science, University of Pisa

Monique Morrow

Women in Technology Activist; Advisor/Proven Innovator

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Irish National Delegate and Contact Point for H2020

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Chair of Big Data Value Association Standardisation