The EU is about to hand a couple billion euros to favoured European companies and university research departments, and it's going to get nine tenths of squat all out of it. Mark my words, and check back in 2020 to see what this project has produced to benefit anyone other than its participants.Well, this is 2020 - what happened?
Here's the bigdatavalue.eu blog - the most recent article?
THE SECOND GOLDEN AGE OF DUTCH SCIENCE, 1850-1914Previous post:
Posted on February 18, 2019 by admin
PAKISTAN AND AFGHANISTAN: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES IN THE WAKE OF THE CURRENT CRISISI guess nothing actually happened then. But hey, it's only €500M....
Posted on September 4, 2018 by admin
Per the original article:
The project, which will start work on 1 January 2015, will examine climate information, satellite imagery, digital pictures and videos, transaction records and GPS signals. It will also look at data privacy issues, access rights to data and databases, intellectual property rights and legal aspects of new technical developments such as who holds the rights to automatically generated data."Look at", but apparently didn't actually "do" anything...
It's a human tragedy that the UK won't be involved post-Brexit in such innovative projects such as this.