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  • Ludność i społeczeństwo
Fake News Shield is an application that detects fake news for the population by scanning several sources for their credibility using machine learning. As a stand alone app, it can be installed on the users’ phone and it will show browsing history and detailed information about websites. As a browser add on, the Shield will run a scan on the search results and if the website poses a risk it will be notified.
  • Regiony i miasta
The transformation to the bicycle city Berlin is presented on the FixMyBerlin platform in an understandable and comprehensible way on maps. FixMyBerlin coordinates with the districts and the Senate Administration and shows infrastructure developments by subdividing it in four categories concept, planning, under construction and finished. The Happy Bike Index shows where you can cycle safely and where it is still dangerous.
  • Rolnictwo, rybołówstwo, leśnictwo i żywność
The irrigation calculator is a simple tool developed with the use of research open data for the Agricultural Research Institute that can be used by farmers and other stakeholders to calculate the quantities of irrigation water needed per crop and location.
  • Sprawiedliwość, system prawny i bezpieczeństwo publiczne
Papelea solves legal and administrative doubts and questions of the users by collecting and improving thousands of public information websites of Spain and Mexico. In addition, Papelea connects users with professionals in each legal field, so that they can answer their questions and offer them their services.
  • Rząd i sektor publiczny
The Future Readiness Index (FRI) scores each member of the European Parliament, based on how active they have been within one of several subjects that indicate “Future Readiness”. Examples are legislation on AI Ethics, Sustainable Energy/Industry and European Infrastructure.
  • Regiony i miasta
Citizen Journey is an app designed to give young people access to EU information, knowledge and help understand the impact of the EU cohesion policies on social, economical and environment domains. Europe is shown as a playground that the user can explore. Simply tap on a colour to get to know information about following topics: sustainability (green), geography (pink), demography (blue) and economy (red).
  • Gospodarka i finanse
The segment of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) has been severely hit by the COVID 19 pandemic. As Europe sets out for economic recovery, the survival of SMEs is essential. The FinLine app will help SMEs assess their financial viability and provide free customised advice for suitable grants and investment options. Also, it will provide a tool for building a community willing to share financial and technical advice as well as people’s skills during the post COVID 19 recovery.
  • Nauka i technologia
Nologin Consulting is a company that collaborates with other businesses around the world to store, manage, organize, protect and maintain their client ´s information It specializes in Cloud, Cybersecurity, Identity and Datacenter projects.
  • Rolnictwo, rybołówstwo, leśnictwo i żywność
Dataseeds proposed an app that aims to provide SMEs in the field of agriculture with direct access to information to help them become part of the green restructuring of EU industry. An online platform where they can understand the past through the EU data,data, consider the present EU legislative and non legislative actions, and create solutions for the future through research centres working in related aspects.
  • Rolnictwo, rybołówstwo, leśnictwo i żywność
Digital Dryads’ application aims to protect forests from illegal deforestation by combining aerial and multi spectral satellite imagery. The map on the application shows pixels that are forest in green. Everything that is not forest is black. Moreover, the application enables you to see parts of the forest that are allowed to be cut (yellow) and parts that have been recently cut (red). It also shows whether the forest is protected (quasi virgin, virgin or UNESCO), making it easy to spot whether the forest was legally cut or not.