IFIP EGOV 2022 PROGRAMME

Preliminary program, version: 23 June

Monday 5 September

PhD Colloquium – Onsite for invited participants only

Chairs: Ida Lindgren & J. Ramon Gil-Garcia

Studenthuset, SH62

Tuesday 6 September

9.00 – 10.30 Welcome and opening (ONSITE ONLY)

Keynote speech: Frank Bannister

Studenthuset, Lövverket

10.30-11.00 Coffee break

Zenit, Zero

11.00-12.30 Session 1 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, Flexsal A

Session 2 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, SH62

Session 3 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, SH63

12.30-13.30 Lunch

Zenit, Zero

13.30-15.00 Workshop I (onsite only)

Studenthuset, Flexsal A

Session 4 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, SH62

Session 5 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, SH63

15.00-15.30 Coffee break

Zenit, Zero

15.30-16.50 Session 6 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, Flexsal A

Session 7 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, SH62

Session 8 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, SH63

17.00-18.00 Zenit, Zero

IFIP 8.5 Business meeting (onsite/online)

19.00 Welcome reception – Linköpings slott

Lasts approx.. 1 hour – Afterwards, dinner on your own.

Wednesday 7 September

9.00-10.30 Keynote speech: Anders Stridh (ONSITE ONLY)

Studenthuset, Lövverket

10.30-11.00 Coffee break

Zenit, Zero

11.00-12.30 Session 9 (online only) Session 10 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, SH62

Session 11 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, SH63

12.30-13.30 Lunch – Including poster session

Zenit, Zero

13.30-15.00  Session 12 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, Flexsal A

Session 13 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, SH62

 Session 14 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, SH63

15.00-15.30 Coffee break

Zenit, Zero

15.30-17.00 Session 15 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, Flexsal A

Session 16 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, SH62

Session 17 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, SH63

18.30-22.00 Conference dinner – Linköpings festvåning

 

Thursday 8 September

9.00-10.30 Session 18 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, Flexsal A

Session 19 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, SH62

Session 20 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, SH63

10.30-11.00 Coffee break

Zenit, Zero

11.00-12.30 Session 21 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, Flexsal A

Session 22 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, SH62

Session 23 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, SH63

12.30-13.45 Lunch

Zenit, Zero

13.45-14.45 Session 24 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, Flexsal A

Session 25 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, SH62

Session 26 (onsite/online)

Studenthuset, SH63

14.45-15.15 Coffee break

Zenit, Zero

15.15-16.00 Closing (onsite/online)

Keynote speech: Fredrik Heintz

Key-huset, Key 1

16.45 -17.45 Guided tour in Gamla Linköping (optional – we’ll walk together from campus at 16.15 – meeting point: Zenit, Zero)

 

 

A Note on Online vs. Onsite Participation

For a full conference experience, onsite participation is encouraged. For those who cannot travel, online participation is possible for all sessions (both for presenting and for listening to presentations). All session rooms (Flexsal A, SH62, SH63) are equipped with cameras and microphones. Sessions will be broadcasted using Zoom (Zoom-links will be provided in the final version of the program).

Please note that the keynotes (day 1 and 2) will not be available online.

 

Full program

Tuesday 6 September

9.00- 10.30 Studenthuset, Lövverket

Welcome and opening (ONSITE ONLY)

Welcome by Local Hosts and Conference Chairs; Welcome by Prof. Karin Axelsson, Deputy Vice-Chancellor

Keynote speech: Frank Bannister

10.30-11.00 Zenit, Zero

Coffee break

11.00-12.30

 

Studenthuset, Flexsal A

Session 1 – Opportunities and challenges and benefits

Chairs: Marijn Janssen, Ida Lindgren & Gabriela Viale Pereira

 

Muhammad Afzal and Panos Panagiotopoulos. Coping with Opportunities and Challenges of Smart Policing: A Research Model

 

Flemming Götz and Maria A. Wimmer. Challenges and Potentials of the Use of Convertibles in Emergency Management

 

Ana Paula dos Santos Tavares, Marcelo Fornazin and Luiz Antonio Joia Luiz. Health Fake News and the Covid-19 Pandemic in Brazil

Studenthuset, SH62

Session 2 – Data sharing and digitalization

Chairs: Csaba Csáki, Ida Lindgren & Gabriela Viale Pereira

 

Iryna Susha, Jakob Schiele and Koen Frenken. Business-to-Government Data Sharing for Public Interests in the European Union: Results of a Public Consultation

 

Joaquín Santuber, Reem Abou Refaie and Christoph Meinel. Interrogating e-Justice: Lessons from Digitalizing Courts in Chile

 

Igor Sampaio, Eduardo Andrade, José Viterbo Filho and Flávia Bernardini. Assessing the Quality of Covid-19 Open Data Portals

Studenthuset, SH63

Session 3 – e-Democracy & e-Participation

Chairs: Robert Krimmer, Noella Edelmann & Peter Parycek

 

Uwe Serdült, Daniil Buryakov and Mate Kovacs. Using Open Government Data to Facilitate the Re-Design of Voting Advice Applications

 

Christian Daniel Gutowski and Jing-Heng Kao. Investigating Trust and Risk Perceptions in a Hybrid Citizen Journey

 

Martin Karlsson, Marius Rohde Johannessen and Mette Sønderskov. A survey of young people’s sentiment towards local democratic innovations

12.30-13.30 Zenit, Zero

Lunch

13.30-15.00 Studenthuset, Flexsal A

Workshop I (onsite)

Noella Edelmann, Efthimios Tambouris and Evangelos Kalampokis.

The Sustainable Implementation of Co-creation Principles and Outcomes

Studenthuset, SH62

Session 4 – Worldwide E-governments

Chairs: Marijn Janssen, Ida Lindgren & Gabriela Viale Pereira

 

Shegaw Anagaw Mengiste, Konstantinos Antypas, Marius Rohde Johannessen, Jörn Klein, Gholamhossein Kazemi and Jens Kassbøll. Research Landscape and Research Priorities in eHealth in four African Countries- A survey

 

Wivian Alves dos Reis Correa, Gabriela Yukari Iwama, Marilia Miranda Forte Gomes, Glauco Vitor Pedrosa, Wander Cleber Pereira Silva and Rejane Maria da Costa Figueiredo. Evaluating the Impact of Trust in Government on Satisfaction with Public Services

 

Thomas Schoegje, Arjen de Vries and Toine Pieters. Adapting a faceted search task model for the development of a domain-specific council information search engine

Studenthuset, SH63

Session 5 – ICT and Sustainability Development Goals

Chairs: Jolien Ubacht, Rony Medaglia, Anja Wüst & Iryna Susha

 

Tove Engvall and Leif Skiftenes Flak. Affordances of e-reporting in digital governance on a supranational level: The case of Reportnet

 

Cristina Alcaide Muñoz, Laura Alcaide Muñoz and Manuel Pedro Rodríguez Bolívar. Strategic Alignment of Open Government Initiatives for achieving SDGs in Andalusia

 

Zsofia Kräussl, Ziv Baida, Suzanne Post, Boriana Rukanova and Yao-Hua Tan. Digital Infrastructures for Monitoring Circular Economy Investments by Financial Institutions and Government: A Research Agenda

 

15.00-15.30 Zenit, Zero

Coffee break

15.30-16.50 Studenthuset, Flexsal A

Session 6 –  Emerging Issues and Innovations

Chairs: Csaba Csáki, Francesco Mureddu & Marijn Janssen

 

Sander Van Damme, Peter Mechant, Eveline Vlassenroot, Mathias Van Compernolle, Raf Buyle and Dorien Bauwens. Setting the Research Agenda for Personal Data Spaces: Synthesis of a Community Driven Process

 

Tiago Lima, Kellyton Brito, André Nascimento, George Valença and Fábio Pedrosa. Using Natural Language Processing to Improve Transparency by Enhancing the Understanding of Legal Decisions – a case study

 

Csaba Csáki, Péter Homoki, György Görög, Pál Vadász. NLP in the Legal Profession: How about Small Languages?

 

Studenthuset, SH62

Session 7 – Legal Informatics

Chairs: Peter Parycek & Anna-Sophie Novak

 

Michael Koddebusch, Sebastian Halsbenning, Lennart Laude, Vivien Voss and Jörg Becker. A Song of Digitization and Law: Design Requirements for a Digitization Check of the Legislative Process

 

Lisa Julia Di Natale and Antonio Cordella. Digitising the Judicial Sector: A Case Study of the Dutch KEI Programme

 

Cinara Maria Rocha. Artificial Intelligence in the Judiciary: Uses and Threats

 

 

Studenthuset, SH63

Session 8 – Digital Transformation

Chairs: Joep Crompvoets, Jolien Ubacht Y Ida Lindgren

 

Manuel Pedro Rodríguez Bolívar and Manuel Prados Prados. Open Technologies for public tendering. Blockchain Technology impact on transparency and efficiency of public procurement processes

 

Livia Norström, Johan Magnusson and Vasili Mankevich. The Great Divide: Empirical Evidence of a Decoupling of Digital Transformation and Sustainability

 

17.00-18.00 Zenit, Zero

IFIP 8.5 Business meeting (onsite/online)

19.00

 

Welcome reception – Linköpings slott (Linköping Castle). Welcome by the Governor of Östergötland.

Lasts approx. 1 hour – Afterwards, dinner on your own.

Map: (click to view the location on the map)  Linköpings slott (Linköping Castle)

 

Wednesday 7 September

9.00-10.30 Studenthuset, Lövverket

Keynote speech: Anders Stridh (ONSITE ONLY)

 

10.30-11.00 Zenit, Zero

Coffee break

11.00-12.30

 

Session 9 – E-democracy and voting (online only)

Chairs: Robert Krimmer, Noella Edelmann & Peter Parycek (online)

 

Adrià Rodríguez Pérez, Jordi Cucurull, Jordi Puiggalí – Voter authentication in remote electronic voting governmental experiences: requirements and practices by

 

Nili Steinfeld, Azi Lev – Engagement with MPs popular posts: The impact of author’s gender, images, negativity, parliamentary and field activity

 

For onsite participants, online participation is possibly in Flexsal A

 

 

 

Studenthuset, SH62

Session 10 – e-Democracy & e-Participation

Chairs: Thomas Lampoltshammer, Katarina L. Gidlund & Lieselot Danneels

 

Marius Rohde Johannessen. Genres of Participation in Social Networking Systems: A Study of the 2021 Norwegian Parliamentary Election

 

Dimitris Gouscos, Alexandros Melidis and Efthimios Tambouris. ECCOdata : A proposal of an Empirical Co-created Canvas for Opening up Data of Public Interest

 

Søren Skaarup. Taking Stock of The Situation – The Situational Context of Bureaucratic Encounters

 

Studenthuset, SH63

Session 11 – AI, Data Analytics & Automated Decision Making Track

Chairs: Euripidis Loukis, Evangelos Kalampokis & Habin Lee

 

Sem Nouws, Marijn Janssen and Roel Dobbe. Dismantling digital cages: Examining design process practices for public algorithmic system design

 

Julia Romberg and Tobias Escher. Automated Topic Categorization of Citizens’ Contributions: Reducing Manual Labelling Efforts through Active Learning

 

Arthur Müller, Jasmin Riedl and Wiebke Drews. Real-time Stance Detection and Issue Analysis of the 2021 German Federal Electoral Campaign on Twitter

 

12.30-13.30 Zenit, Zero

Lunch – Including poster session

13.30-15.00 Studenthuset, Flexsal A

Session 12 – Public services

Chairs: Marijn Janssen, Ida Lindgren & Gabriela Viale Pereira

 

Olga Matveieva, Vasil Navumau and Mariana Gustafsson. Adoption of public e-services versus civic tech services: On the issue of trust and citizen participation in Ukraine and Belarus

 

Diana Frost and Sally Bashford-Squires. Value co-creation in the delivery of public services: formulating a strategy for low- and middle- income countries

 

Willem Pieterson, Christian Madsen and Wolfgang Ebbers. Omni-channel Overtures. Defining the concept and its applicability in public sector channel management

Studenthuset, SH62

Session 13 – Cross-border services

Chairs: Marijn Janssen, Ida Lindgren & Gabriela Viale Pereira

 

Gregor Eibl, Lucy Temple, Rachelle Sellung, Stefan Dedovic, Art Alishani and Carsten Schmidt. Towards a transdisciplinary evaluation framework for mobile cross-border government services

 

Sophie Maierhofer and Simon Schimpe. Design Principles for EU Cross-Border Services

 

Szymon Mamrot, Filip Nowak, Katarzyna Rzyszczak, Łukasz Kaczmarek and Jacek Krzywy. Applying central data catalogues to implement and maintain digital public services. A Case Study on Catalogues of Public Administration in Poland

Studenthuset, SH63

Session 14 – AI, Data Analytics & Automated Decision Making Track

Euripidis Loukis, Evangelos Kalampokis & Habin Lee

 

Caio Della Libera, Leandro Miranda, Flavia Bernardini, Saulo Mastelini and Jose Viterbo. ‘Right to Be Forgotten’: Analyzing the Impact of Forgetting Data Using K-NN Algorithm in Data Stream Learning

 

Flavio Corradini, Caterina Luciani, Andrea Morichetta, Marco Piangerelli and Andrea Polini. Label-independent feature engineering-based clustering in Public Administration Event Logs

 

Euripidis Loukis and Niki Kyriakou. Unsupervised and Supervised Learning from Government Data for Firms Investment Policy-Making in Economic Crises

15.00-15.30 Zenit, Zero

Coffee break

15.30-17.00 Studenthuset, Flexsal A

Session 15 – Service solutions

Chairs: Marijn Janssen, Ida Lindgren & Gabriela Viale Pereira

 

Peter Kuhn, Dian Balta and Florian Matthes. Closing the GaaP: Lessons Learned from a Web-based Analysis Tool for Practitioners

 

Bjorn Lundell, Jonas Gamalielsson, Andrew Katz and Mathias Lindroth. Use of commercial SaaS solutions in Swedish Public Sector Organisations under unknown contract terms

 

Agneta Ranerup and Lupita Svensson. Discretion, automated decision-making and public values: Background and test of an approach for unpacking human and technological agency

 

Studenthuset, SH62

Session 16 – Digital Society

Chairs: Thomas Lampoltshammer, Katarina L. Gidlund & Lieselot Danneels

 

Annika Hasselblad and Sheila Zimic. Measuring for Whom? Investigating the Swedish Case of Open Comparisons

 

Ida Heggertveit, Ida Lindgren, Christian Østergaard Madsen and Sara Hofmann. Administrative Burden in Digital Self-Service: An Empirical Study About Citizens in Need of Financial Assistance

 

Guri Verne, Johanne Svanes Oskarsen and Tone Bratteteig. The human touch meets digitalization: on discretion in digitized services

Studenthuset, SH63

Session 17 – Smart Cities

Chairs: Manuel Pedro Rodríguez Bolívar, Shefali Virkar & Joep Crompvoets

 

Magaywer Moreira de Paiva, José Viterbo Filho and Flavia Bernardini. Assessing the Suitability of Social Media Data for Identifying Crisis Events in Smart Cities: An Exploratory Study on Flood Situations

 

Cristopher Latz, Veronika Vasileva and Maria A. Wimmer. Supporting Smart Mobility in Smart Cities through Autonomous Driving Buses: A Comparison

 

Battulga Buyannemekh, J. Ramon Gil-Garcia and Mila Gasco-Hernandez. Determinants of Collaboration in the Development of Smart Cities: The Perspective of Public Libraries

18.30-22.00 Conference dinner. Linköpings Festvåning, Klostergatan 45C, Linköping (https://linkopingsfestvaning.se)

Map: (click to view location on the map) Linköpings Festvåning, Klostergatan 45C, Linköping

 

Thursday 8 September

9.00-10.30 Studenthuset, Flexsal A

Session 18 – Social divide

Chairs: Marijn Janssen, Ida Lindgren & Gabriela Viale Pereira

 

Irisa Murataj and Maximilian Schulte. No-Stop Government: Expected Benefits and Concerns of Young Adult German Citizens

 

Godfried Adaba, Leah Mwainyekule and

Francis Frimpong. e-Government development: Benchmarking Ghana and Tanzania

 

Mercy Makpor and Joana Carvalho. Gender Mainstreaming in Digital Government Research

Studenthuset, SH62

Session 19 –  Robot Process Automation

Chairs: Euripidis Loukis, Evangelos Kalampokis & Habin Lee

 

Gustaf Juell-Skielse, Evrim Guner and Shengnan Han. Adoption of Robotic Process Automation in the Public Sector: A Survey Study in Sweden

 

Ida Lindgren, Björn Johansson, Fredrik Söderström and Daniel Toll. Why is it Difficult to Implement Robotic Process Automation? Empirical Cases from Swedish Municipalities

 

Sophie Weerts, Dana Naous, Maéva El Bouchikhi and Christine Clavien. AI Systems for Occupational Safety and Health: From Ethical Concerns to Limited Legal Solutions

Studenthuset, SH63

Session 20 – Smart Cities

Chairs: Joep Crompvoets Manuel Pedro Rodríguez Bolívar & Shefali Virkar

 

Nicole Kubiczek and Maria A. Wimmer. Energy management in smart city projects: Comparative analysis and future scenario

 

Flurina Wäspi, Alperen Bektas, Amir Sahi, Anja Wüst and Stephan Haller. On the Way to Smarter Cities: What Goals and Values Swiss Municipalities prioritize

 

Tove Engvall, Leif Skiftenes Flak and Øystein Sæbø. Sharing, Cooperation or Collective Action? A Research Agenda for Online Interaction in Digital Global Governance

 

10.30-11.00 Zenit, Zero

Coffee break

11.00-12.30

 

Studenthuset, Flexsal A

Session 21 – Open Data

Chairs: Efthimios Tambouris, Anneke Zuiderwijk & J. Ramon Gil-Garcia

 

Higor Pinto, Raissa Barcellos, Flavia Bernardini and Jose Viterbo. A Methodology for Aligning Categories from Open Government Data Portals to a Comprehensive Set of Categories

 

Jonathan Crusoe. How may an OGD solution help you? – An information behaviour perspective

 

Abiola Paterne Chokki, Anthony Simonofski, Antoine Clarinval, Benoît Frénay and Benoît Vanderose. Fostering Interaction between Open Government Data Stakeholders: An Exchange Platform for Citizens, Developers and Publishers

Studenthuset, SH62

Session 22 –  Advances in AI

Chairs: Euripidis Loukis, Evangelos Kalampokis & Habin Lee

 

Evangelos Kalampokis, Nikos Karacapilidis, Dimitris Tsakalidis and Konstantinos Tarabanis. Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain Technologies in the Public Sector: A Research Projects Perspective

 

David Jamieson, Rob Wilson and Victoria Pagan. Letting your data imagination run away with you. Promises and perspectives of a public sector data analytics implementation

 

Jörn von Lucke, Fotis Fitsilis and Jan Etscheid. Using Artificial Intelligence For Legislation – Thinking About and Selecting Realistic Topics

Studenthuset, SH63

Session 23 – Open Data

Chairs: Efthimios Tambouris, Anneke Zuiderwijk & J. Ramon Gil-Garcia

 

Karin Ahlin and Jonathan Crusoe. Why Should You Use Open Data? A Document Study Examining Persuasion Rhetoric of OGD benefits

 

Arthur Scanoni, Rogerio Silva Filho, Paulo Adeodato and Kellyton Brito. Using data mining over open data for a longitudinal assessment of municipal public education in Brazil

 

Abiola Paterne Chokki, Rabeb Abida, Benoît Frénay, Benoît Vanderose and Anthony Cleve. ODSAG: Enhancing Open Data Discoverability and Understanding through Semantic Annotation

12.30-13.45 Zenit, Zero

Lunch – Including poster session

13.45-14.45 Studenthuset, Flexsal A

Session 24 – Digital and Social Media

Chairs: Marius Rohde Johannessen, Panos Panagiotopoulos & Sara Hofmann

 

Jéssica Soares dos Santos, Aline Paes and Flavia Bernardini. Similarity-based Dataset Recommendation across Languages and Domains to Sentiment Analysis in the Electoral Domain

 

Mariia Maksimova. Utilizing social media data for proactive delivery of public services

 

Studenthuset, SH62

Session 25 – Open Data

Chairs: Efthimios Tambouris, Anneke Zuiderwijk & J. Ramon Gil-Garcia

 

Ali Albinali, Russell Lock and Iain Phillips. A SOA for Open Government Data: A Case Study of COVID Impacts on SMEs

 

María Elena López Reyes and Rikke Magnussen. Using Open Government Data as a means to local Empowerment

Studenthuset, SH63

Session 26 –  ICT and Sustainability Development Goals

Chairs: Jolien Ubacht, Rony Medaglia, Anja Wüst & Iryna Susha

 

Devin Diran, Marissa Hoekstra and Anne Fleur van Veenstra. Data-driven Applications for Policy Making: a Case Study on the Energy Transition in Four Dutch Municipalities

 

Rob Peters, Koen Smit and Johan Versendaal. Validation Challenges for Legal Digital Twins in Dutch Climate Governance

 

14.45-15.15 Zenit, Zero

Coffee break

15.15-16.00 Closing (online participation possible)

Keynote speech: Fredrik Heintz

Key-huset, Key 1

16.45-17.45 Guided tour in Gamla Linköping (optional, by registration) (for those who have registered for guided tour – we’ll walk together from campus at 16.15 – meeting point: Zenit, Zero)

Information about Gamla (old) Linköping: https://gamlalinkoping.se/in-english/

Map: (click to view location on the map) Gamla (old) Linköping

 

Keynote presentations

Beyond the Box Reflections on Blue Sky Thinking

Frank Bannister, Trinity College

 

Frank Bannister is a Fellow Emeritus the in the School of Computer Science and Statistics in Trinity College Dublin. Prior to becoming an academic in 1995, he worked in the Irish civil service and subsequently as a management consultant for PricewaterhouseCoopers. His research interests include e-government, e-democracy, on-line privacy and trust and IT value and evaluation, particularly in the public sector. For eleven years he was co-chairman of the Permanent Study Group on e-Government in European Group for Public Administration.  He was the founding editor of the Electronic Journal of e-Government, is an Associate Editor of Information Polity and a former Associate Editor of Government Information Quarterly.  Frank is a Fellow of the Institute of Management Consultants in Ireland, a Fellow of the Irish Computer Society and a Chartered Engineer.
 

Abstract: Will be included

From Feared Tax Collector to Popular Service Agency

Anders Stridh, Swedish Tax agency

 

Anders has over thirty years of experience in developing and transforming The Swedish Tax Agency to one of the most trusted institutions in the Swedish society. He has together with Mr. Lennart Wittberg written the book “From feared tax collector to popular service agency” describing the transformation on a strategic level with a strong focus on trust, compliance, taxpayer relations and willingness to comply. He has also a long experience in international cooperation specialised in strategies and change management.

Abstract: ”How can an agency that takes people’s money be so popular and appreciated?” Much of the answer to that question lies in the process of change that the Swedish Tax Agency has carried out in recent decades. Through value management and determined work with attitudes, the Tax Agency has changed from a feared tax collector into a popular service agency trusted by the public.

 

 

Trustworthy AI – The European Approach

Fredrik Heintz, Linköping University

 

Fredrik Heintz is a professor of Computer Science at Linköping University, where he leads the Reasoning and Learning lab. His research focus is artificial intelligence especially Trustworthy AI and the intersection between machine reasoning and machine learning. Director of the Wallenberg AI and Transformative Technologies Education Development Program (WASP-ED), Director of the Graduate School of the Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program (WASP), Coordinator of the TAILOR ICT-48 network developing the scientific foundations of Trustworthy AI, and President of the Swedish AI Society. Fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA).
 

Abstract: Europe has taken a clear stand that we want AI, but we do not want just any AI. We want AI that we can trust. This talk will present the European approach to Trustworthy AI and give an overview of some of the major consequences and interesting research problems related to Trustworthy AI. The successful realization of Trustworthy AI will be paramount for addressing the major challenges we as a global society is facing. The talk is partly based on the ongoing work in the H2020 ICT-48 network TAILOR which has the goal of developing the scientific foundations for Trustworthy AI through integrating learning, optimisation and reasoning