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  • 11 April 2024
On 16 May 2024, Språkbanken Sam and AI Sweden invite you to a workshop on the ongoing efforts within the Language Data Space (LDS) project to share data and develop language technology within the EU. This initiative opens up new opportunities for cross-border communication through machine...
  • 13 March 2024
The Data Spaces Symposium is one of the world’s leading events on data spaces. After a successful edition in 2023 in The Hague, The Netherlands, the 2024 edition took place from 12-14 March in Darmstadt, Germany, with the ambitious title "Unite. Innovate. Adopt".
  • 13 March 2024
Working on legal compliance has been a strong focus of the Language Data Space (LDS) since its conception. In the LDS business ecosystem, where language data exchange is decentralised, we are committed to granting owners and providers complete control over data access, including monetary...
  • 12 February 2024
The LDS connector is the technical heart of the LDS ecosystem. It allows connectivity and facilitates the exchange of data assets. As we continue to delve deeper into the realms of secure and sovereign data exchange, understanding the pivotal role of connectors becomes imperative in unlocking the...
  • 10 January 2024
The service contract between the European Commission and a consortium of four partners for the creation and implementation of the Common European Language Data Space (LDS) came into force on 19 January 2023. One year later, it's time for a review and to give an outlook on what is going to happen in...
  • 15 December 2023
On 14 December, the European Commission has adopted the amended DIGITAL Europe Programme Work Programmes 2023-2024, outlining the objectives and specific topic areas that will be funded with a total of €762.7 million.