As today’s businesses become more and more data-intensive, a competent handling of technologies for data-based decision-making, e.g. artificial intelligence (AI) which prepares or makes business decisions, increasingly becomes a key competence in the economy. Against this background, the main objective of DDM4SME is to develop and provide comprehensive education on Data-Driven Management. Thereby, the project bridges a gap in the educational landscape, provides learners with knowledge and skills that, in a data economy, are highly relevant in the labour market and fosters competitiveness specifically for SMEs and Start-ups. The main outcomes (Intellectual Outouts) of the project will be: IO1: Curriculum for a Multidisciplinary Master Program on DDM in SMEs and Start-Ups IO2: Guideline on Didactics, Evaluation and Sustainable Improvement of the Master Program IO3: Full-Featured Course Modules and Teaching Resources IO4: Transdisciplinary Handbook on “DDM in SMEs and Start-ups” The project consortium consists of Danube-University Krems Masaryk University Brno (Czeck Republic) Mykolas Romeris University Vilnius (Lithuania) Georg August University Göttingen (Germany) Project Duration: 2020-09-01 - 2023-08-31 (36 months)


Duration 01/09/2020 - 31/08/2023
Funding EU

Department for Legal Studies and International Relations

Center for Intellectual Property, Media and Innovation Law

Principle investigator for the project (University for Continuing Education Krems) Univ.-Prof. Ing. Dr. Clemens Appl, LL.M.


Introduction to the DDM4SME Erasmus+ project and presentation of the Data Economy Law, LL.M. as the project’s result

DELCON #1 - Conference on Data Economy Law, 26/06/2023

Feeding ChatGPT: Copyright Limitations for Training and using of NLP-Algorithms

CICL - 13th Conference on Innovation and Communications Law, 11/05/2023

DDM4SME Data Room: Presentation of the LLM on Data Economy Law

IT-Rechtstag 2023, 04/05/2023

Urheberrechtliches Streitgespräch mit ChatGPT

17. Österreichischer IT-Rechtstag, 04/05/2023

Digital Services Act und Digital Markets Act – Auswirkungen auf digitale Geschäftsmodelle: Verhältnis von DSA und DSM-RL (Implikationen für die Verantwortung von Plattformen)

IP-DAY 2022, 19/09/2022

Interaktive Vorstellung des Erasmus+ Projekts DDM4SME

IP-DAY 2022, 19/09/2022

Legal Access to Data: Text- and Data-Mining

ERASMUS+ Summerschool Data Economy Law, 05/09/2022

AI as Decision-Making Tool in Corporate Management

ERASMUS+ Summerschool Data Economy Law, 07/08/2022

Algorithmic Copyright Enforcement and „User Rights“ Compliance

Research & Policy Workshop: Data-Driven Economy, 09/05/2022

Projektpräsentation "DDM4SME"

Research & Policy Workshop: Data-Driven Economy, 09/05/2022

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