|Name:||AI-Based Privacy-Preserving Big Data Sharing for Market Research (Anonymous Big Data)|
|Call:||ICT of the Future, 6th Call 2017|
|Duration:||26 months from 01.10.2019 to 30.11.2021.|
|Total Funding:||671 433 €|
Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU) is one of Europe’s largest, most modern universities of business and economics. The high quality of its research and teaching is confirmed by three of the most renowned international accreditations – EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA.
With nearly 23,000 students from about 110 countries, WU is one of the largest educational institutions for business, economics, and the social sciences in Europe.
MOSTLY AI is a Vienna, Austria based high-tech startup that has developed game-changing AI technology for synthetic data.
Mostly AI’s solutions enable organizations across the world and across industries to safely share big data assets, internally as well as externally, while keeping the privacy of their customers fully protected.
This breakthrough in data protection is made possible by leveraging generative deep neural networks that extract patterns, structures and variations from existing data to generate highly realistic & highly accurate synthetic customers.
Mostly AI’s international team of data enthusiasts takes pride in offering the world’s most advanced synthetic data solutions, and thus enabling a big data ecosystem where privacy is truly respected.
The George Labs of Erste Group is an international and cross-disciplinary squad of people who are passionate about a great banking experience. George Labs consists of designers and developers, analysts and engineers, product owners and product managers, architects, writers, coaches, testers and, bankers.
Statistics Austria is an independent and non-profit-making federal institution under public law. It is the role of Statistics Austria to provide reliably collected and expertly analysed political, social and economic information. With EU entry, another function of Statistics Austria has gained in importance from the users’ point of view: its function to mediate between Austria and EU data as well as to co-ordinate the pan-European harmonisation process.
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