Vincent Bosch Campos
Founder and COO
PhD in Computer Science from the UPV. With an extensive background working in an international consulting firm as a Systems Architect, Development Team Leader. He participated in projects ranging from government services to telcos and pharmaceutical companies, etc. In 2012 he decided to re-join the university to study a Master’s degree in AI. At the end of his master’s degree, he joined the PRHLT research centre, where he did his PhD while participating in several research projects. His main fields of interest are pattern recognition and document design analysis. He is currently founder and COO at Transkriptorium AI, SL.
Transkriptorium AI, SL is a Spinoff of the Universitat Politècnica de València, born from the PRHLT Research Centre, which has a disruptive Probabilistic Indexing-PrIx technology based on AI, capable of processing digitised images with handwritten, printed or typed text, in any language, period, type of writing and layout, to convert them into electronic databases on which complex searches, data extraction, transcription, etc. can be performed, breaking the boundary between digital information and digitised information. Now access to non-native digital data is feasible without limits. This is a great step forward for public administrations and large collections in general.
Senior Manager Artificial Intelligence & Data
François is a Senior Manager in the Belgium Consulting practice of Deloitte. He supports European Institutions in various innovation related projects. His focus lies in emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, as well as data and analytics for the defence, security, and justice domain in the EU.
Managing director, Strategy & Analytics
Matthew Gracie is a managing director in the Strategy & Analytics team at Deloitte Consulting LLP. He leads Deloitte’s Regulatory Intelligence portfolio and is a thought leader with global and national experience in strategy, analytics, marketing, and consulting.
Deloitte is a leading global provider of audit and assurance, consulting, financial advisory, risk advisory, tax & legal, and related services. Deloitte has dedicated teams with European Union expertise based in all 27 EU Member States, in candidate countries and across the world providing specialised services such as technology advice and implementation, policy, financial management, and audit & risk management services.
Michael Brands is CEO and co-founder of Consono, a technology company with its headquarters in Antwerp, Belgium, and the inventor of Dynizer, a patented Data Harmonization Engine which, uniquely, is able to blend structured and unstructured data in the same environment. Michael, a serial entrepreneur, invented Dynizer, a patented technology to automatically link and integrate all kinds of data, making it particularly useful for Organisations who want to learn from unseen links within all their data. He holds a masters’ degree in literature and linguistics from the KUL in Belgium and a postgraduate degree in Computational Linguistics from FLV campus.
Consono, a Belgian based innovative technology company, develops a patented platform to extract and analyse data from structured, semi-structured and unstructured sources. Our mission is to offer organisations and companies an easy way to find content, hidden in alphabetical data (documents, emails, reports, …), without disrupting the ICT architecture and with respect for GDPR regulation due to pseudonymization. The basis of our technology is the understanding of language patterns and using AI models to improve the results. Consono is rolling out the Dynizer-technology across EMEA. 10+ projects have been successfully implemented in all type of businesses with the assistance of our implementation partners.
James is a Managing Director and leads Accenture’s Global Public Safety practice, focusing on policing, law enforcement, justice, prisons and probation. His practice draws together the latest international insight to build new strategies, operating models, processes, and technology solutions to drive innovation and transformation. He brings 20+ years of experience, working with many leading public safety organisations around the world. He has led a diverse range of programmes across the public safety ecosystem, from courts technology strategies to complex court case and evidence management implementations. James is a respected thought leader on public safety and the impact of future technologies.
Eladio Alcázar Martín
Eladio is a Senior Manager and leads Accenture’s Public Safety practice in Spain. He has been involved in justice modernisation programmes since 1998 in Spain, as well as in Portugal, Costa Rica, Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, and the Philippines, among others. He was also a member of the Ibero-American Judicial Summit working group. Eladio is passionate about justice modernisation and brings extensive experience of using the power of technology to deliver improved outcomes for justice system users and citizens.
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Deputy Executive Director
Luca Tagliaretti has more than 20 years of experience working with European Institutions and International Organisations. From 2011 until taking up the Deputy Executive Director post at eu-LISA, in 2020, he led the Technical Centre of the Central Bank Counterfeit Deterrence Group (CBCDG), a global association of Central Banks that supports and deploys technologies that deter the use of digital equipment to counterfeit currencies. Prior to that, Mr Tagliaretti worked as a Senior Expert at the European Central Bank (ECB), focusing on setting the common quality and technical standards for banknote production and protecting the integrity of banknotes against counterfeiting.
He holds an Engineering Degree from the Polytechnic of Milan, a Master´s Degree from the School of Management of the Polytechnic of Milan (MIP) and an MBA from Oxford Brookes University. He has also completed the Advanced Leadership and Management Programme (OALMP) at Saïd Business School, Oxford University and the Program of Negotiation (PON) at Harvard University.
The European Union Agency for the Operational Management of Large-Scale IT Systems in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (eu-LISA) was established to provide a long-term solution for the operational management of large-scale IT systems. The Agency currently manages Eurodac, the Schengen Information System (SIS) and the Visa Information System (VIS). Further to these, eu-LISA is developing the Entry/Exit System (EES) and the European Travel Information Authorisation System (ETIAS). These systems and the pre-existing ones are being built/adapted to ensure Interoperability – improved access to information stored in EU information systems and identity management at an EU level. In addition, the Agency’s portfolio has been enlarged within the justice domain: with the development of the European Criminal Records Information System – Third-Country Nationals (ECRIS-TCN), the management of e-CODEX and the development of the Collaboration Platform for Joint Investigation Teams (JITs).