Data for Policy 2022
Date: 13 December 2022
Location: Brussels, Belgium
Data for Policy is a premier forum for interdisciplinary and cross-sector discussions around the impact and potentials of the digital revolution in the government sector. The conference series was established in 2015 with its inaugural edition ‘Policy-Making in the Big Data Era’. Its inception was a result of observing that rapidly emerging and developing digital technologies could be utilised to inform and direct public policy. The Data for Policy conference series has created a forum for interdisciplinary, cross-sector discussion for stakeholders from all walks of life. Its associated journal, Data & Policy, published by Cambridge University Press has quickly established itself as a major venue for publishing research in the field of data-policy interactions. This year’s conference, the 7th edition titled Ecosystems of innovation and virtual-physical interactions, will embrace a hybrid physical-virtual format, with one-day, in-person conferences held in three regions:
- Asia (Hong Kong) – 5 December 2022
- America (Seattle) – 9 December 2022
- Europe (Brussels) – 13 December 2022
AI4PublicPolicy will be joining the Data Driven Policy Cluster to present the parallel session ‘Data usage improving public policies and policymaking’ on the Brussels conference (13 Decmber, 10:10 – 10:55 CET). The session is part of the track ‘Data-driven Transformations in Policy and Governance’ and will focus specifically on the cross pilot sharing of data and the hypothesis of cross project data sharing. The discussion will be facilitated by Zach Smith (Trust-IT, Policy Cloud) and the panel will be made up of John Soldatos (Netcompany-Intrasoft, AI4PublicPolicy), Antonio Filograna (ENG, DECIDO), Cecilia Cabello (FECYT, IntelComp) and Panayiotis Michael (ICCS, Policy Cloud).