The University of Deusto and DeustoTech, as coordinator of the EDI – European Data Incubator project, invite you to attend to the event entitled “EDI & Ocean Protocol Meetup: Improving entrepreneurial data sharing to attract data analytics solutions to companies”, which will take place in Turing room at the Faculty of Engineering building at the University of Deusto, 2nd floor, on Monday 7th January, between 3:30pm and 5pm.
The goal of this workshop is to analyse how to improve entrepreneurial data sharing and commercialization, as a key input to the Artificial Intelligence algorithms and the Big Data architectures which enable the provision of added value services in different industrial and socioeconomic sectors. The complementary views of the EDI incubator and Ocean Protocol will be explained. Special emphasis will be paid to the second one, explaining how this infrastructure based on blockchain can help to address important challenges around privacy, trust, security, auditability and data control, key factors that until now have prevented more widespread data sharing in the private sector.
We hope that the workshop offered as “a gift from the Wise Kings” is of interest to organizations dealing with datasets, both Data Providers and Big Data innovators hungry for data to exercise their algorithms.
- Introducción: Diego López-de-Ipiña (coordinador de EDI)
- What Is EDI?
- Role of EDI as a data broker
- Opportunities for data providers and consumers
- Why Ocean Protocol : Irene López de Vallejo (Ocean Protocol)
- Data landscape and current practice
- Challenges and how Ocean’s technology address them
- Use Cases
- Potential collaborations (technical and innovation)
- EDI y Ocean Protocol como catalizadores de la compartición y uso de datos
- Sesión de preguntas y respuestas
To register complete the following form: https://goo.gl/Ngvw8M. Speaker
Dr. Irene Lopez de Vallejo is the Director of International Partnerships and Business Development of DEX and Founding Team Member of Ocean Protocol. Irene has over 20 years of experience in multidisciplinary applied technology research and international policy development across the fields of robotics, high-value manufacturing, the Internet of Things, and more recently data, AI, and blockchain. With a background in Social Science, Economics, and Architecture, Irene has a long-standing passion to understand the complex relationships underlying societies and technologies. Irene worked in the Digital Catapult, and is co-founder of GivingStreets, an organization that enables person-to-person donations without cash. She is an advocate for Tech For good and Financial Inclusion, a mentor for Startupbootcamp IoT and IoT Tribe, a jury for IET Awards, and an advisor for Creative Friction. Irene thoroughly enjoys networking, finding unique people and ideas and bringing them together to solve socio-economic challenges that affect us all.