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Watch the keynotes from the European Big Data Value Forum

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25 November 2022



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The European Big Data Value Forum (EBDVF) 2022 took place in Prague, Czech Republic, from 21-23 November. The event brought together industry professionals, business developers, researchers and policy-makers to discuss policy actions, and industrial and research activities in the areas of data and AI. The theme of this year’s edition was “At the heart of the Ecosystem for Data and AI”.

The plenary and keynote talks from the three days of the forum were recorded and are available to watch on the BDVA YouTube channel. We’ve also embedded the videos below.

Monday plenary and keynote talks, and a panel discussion on the topic “How can a strong ecosystem for Data and AI contribute to the strategic resilience of the European economy?”:

Tuesday plenary and keynote talks:

Wednesday plenary and keynote talks:

Find out more in the event guide.




Lucy Smith , Managing Editor for AIhub.
Lucy Smith , Managing Editor for AIhub.




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