Smart Data Forum
A knowledge platform and exhibit space for Smart Data technologies and innovations; a meeting place for interested parties from research, business, and government.
US Roadshow Digital Health
A delegation representing the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs as well as health care experts from the research and business sectors, healthcare facilities, and entrepreneurs traveled to the USA from October 9-14, 2017.
Big Data Research Newsletter
Big Data Research Newsletter keeps you updated on the research activities of the most prominent big data research centers in Germany.
Big Data Excellence in UK and Germany
A joint event by the Berlin Big Data Center and UK Science and Innovation Network was held on March 1st, 2017 in Smart Data Forum. The audience heard about UK’s big data landscape and the Berlin Big Data Centre project, with sessions on data analytics, big data…
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Meeting | 20.10.2016
European Network for Big Data Competence Centers
The first meeting of the European Network of Big Data Competence Centers took place in Graz, Austria on 18 October in conjunction with the iKnow-Conference 2016. The initiative was launched by Smart Data Forum and the Austrian Know Center.
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Big Data & Smart Data – What does that really mean?
While Big Data is seen as the result of the advances achieved in the digitalization of previous analog data sources as well as the emergence of new digital data sources, e.g., from new sensor technologies, Smart Data refers to the economic and social value added from the rapidly growing mountains of digital data in all areas of life. Beyond a consideration of the technologies required for data management and data analysis, the legal and social framework conditions must also be taken into account.
Smart Data – Our Services
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Wahlster
Prof. Dr. Volker Markl
DFKI GmbH (Speaker)
Prof. Dr. Hans Uszkoreit
Prof. Dr. Thomas Wiegand
Smart Data Forum is a knowledge hub, demonstrator and networking platform for Smart Data technologies and stakeholders in Germany. The Forum is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) and developed in cooperation with the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF). It is managed by the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI).