Projects

Cultural & Creative Sectors and Industries Data Observatory

Relying on modern data science, the re-use of open governmental data, open science data, and novel harmonized data collection we aim to fill in the gaps left in the official statistics of the European Union about the creative and cultural sectors and industries.

Competition Data Observatory

The Competition Data Observaotry is monitoring the certain segments of the European economy, and develops tools for computational antitrust in Europe. We take a critical SME-, intellectual property policy and competition policy point of view automation, robotization, and the AI revolution on the service-oriented European social market economy.

Economy Data Observatory

The Competition Data Observaotry is monitoring the certain segments of the European economy, and develops tools for computational antitrust in Europe. We take a critical SME-, intellectual property policy and competition policy point of view automation, robotization, and the AI revolution on the service-oriented European social market economy.

Green Deal Data Observatory

Our Green Deal Data Observatory is competing in the EU Datathon 2021. We believe that introducing Open Policy Analysis standards with open data, open-source software and research automation can help the Green Deal policymaking process. Our collaboration is open for individuals, citizens scientists, research institutes, NGOs, companies.

Listen Local

Listen Local is a trustworthy, ethical AI-powered system that aims to help great artists in small organizations and small countries using big data. We want to make sure that audiences are not only recommended global superhits, but locally relevant music, too. At present, corporate algorithms fail to connect listeners in small countries with music from the local scene - with artists whom the listener can easily see perform live in local venues, who sing in the listener’s language and who connect with the listener’s feelings and experiences.

Digital Music Observatory

We launched our Demo Music Observatory on 15 September 2020 and got into the prestigious Yes!Delft AI Validation Lab. Our demo observatory is a subjective example on how we believe the European Data Observatory should be built, and follows the structure laid out in the Feasibility study for the establishment of a European Music Observatory.

CEEMID

CEEMID was multi-country project that was a predecessor of Reprex’s Digital Music Observatory.