Sep, 21
Start at 15h45m
location icon|t Turin

Developing the Mutual Learning Community through DT Stories

Regions and Cities
Government and public sector

OpenLivingLab Days (OLLD) is the annual global gathering of Living Labs organised by the European Network of Living Labs. This year, the event will be held in Turin, Italy, between 20-23 September. Hosted and co-organised by the City of TurinCTE NEXT – The House of Emerging Technologies, and Torino City Lab, with the support of the Ministry of Economic Development of Italy and the participation of the European Commission. 

The OLLD offers a space for policymakers, companies, entrepreneurs, academics, Living Lab representatives and innovators to explore, connect and work together. 

The City as a Lab, but now for real!

“Re-working open innovation environments for inclusive, green and digital transition through emerging technologies”

In the frame of the OLLD 2022, the DT4REGIONS and Living-in.EU initiatives under the lead of ENoLL within WP4, with the support of the Computer Vision Center, have organised a joint international in-person workshop on 21 September 2022 from 15:45 to 17:15 CEST

Mutual Learning Communities are spaces in which the participants (experts, practitioners and newcomers) share their knowledge in a very practical way, by exchanging practices, examples and resources. This is the precise objective of the DT4REGIONS project for AI and Big Data in the specific context of the community of public servants. The DT4REGIONS project is developing a Pilot to understand how these Communities of Mutual Learning can be organised in a sustainable way, making use of the features provided by the DT4REGIONS platform. In order to do that, during 2022 and 2023, different mutual learning activities will be developed around 4 initial topics: 1) The Digital Twin, 2) The Digital Identity, 3) Digital Spaces and Data Spaces, 4) Citizen-centric Digital Transformation through Living Labs. By the end of June 2022, the first actions will be developed around the Digital Twin, with a number of capacity-building items and shared stories. During the workshop, we will use the generated material and provided feedback in order to co-design together with the participants how the different features of the DT4REGIONS platform should be organised in order to provide efficient narrative, knowledge exchange instruments, multimedia tools, visibility actions, learning paths, etc., with the aim of consolidating a strong Community of Mutual Learning that can become the landing platform for the European Civil servants around. The resulting outcomes from the workshop will be integrated as a feedback for the final development of the DT4REGIONS platform for the remaining three Mutual Learning actions around DT Stories.

This is an action coordinated by the Action-oriented Task Force on Social Impact of AI at ENoLL and the Computer Vision Center Barcelona.


15:45-15:50 Welcome and introduction 

Stefania Sparaco, DT4REGIONS Project Coordinator, Emilia-Romagna Region, Italy 

15:50-16:05 The DT4REGIONS platform for the digital transformation of European public administrations 

Ana Correia, Senior consultant at Deloitte Portugal

16:05-16:20 A co-created process for building a DT Community of Mutual Learning

Fernando Vilariño, Associate Director at Computer Vision Centre – UAB & ENoLL

16:20-17:10 Interactive Session on DT4REGIONS Platform Mutual Learning Features:

  1. Present the features and priorities them
  2. How to set the dynamics of the mutual learning communities for the DT4REGIONS platform
  3. Present a working example of DT Café as the Metaverse of DT4REGIONS as an option 

Moderated by Fernando Vilariño, Associate Director at Computer Vision Centre – UAB & ENoLL & Francesca Spagnoli, Head of Capacity Building & Research ENoLL 

17:10-17:15  Wrapping and closing of the event 

Francesca Spagnoli, Head of Capacity Building & Research ENoLL 

Register here soon as spots are limited.

Last update 31/08/2022