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Disruptive Technologies Supporting Labour Market Decision Making

Descrizione del progetto

Una nuova piattaforma digitale va al lavoro

Accrescere le opportunità di lavoro per chi cerca lavoro e migliorare la corrispondenza tra posti vacanti e lavoratori sono gli obiettivi primari delle politiche del mercato del lavoro dell’UE. A livello nazionale, uno degli obiettivi primari delle politiche, è assegnare i posti di lavoro giusti alle persone giuste. Il progetto HECAT, finanziato dall’UE, sta sviluppando una nuova tecnologia a sostegno del processo decisionale del mercato del lavoro. Una nuova piattaforma che ruota attorno all’esperienza dell’utente, si baserà sulle basilari tecniche algoritmiche esistenti utilizzate dagli amministratori dei servizi pubblici per l’impiego europei per fornire idee sul mercato del lavoro direttamente ai cittadini disoccupati, basandosi quindi sui valori europei dei dati aperti, della collaborazione, della trasparenza e della partecipazione dei cittadini. Focalizzandosi sulla qualità del lavoro e su un’occupazione sostenibile, il progetto fornirà spunti per i politici.

Obiettivo

Hecat aims to investigate, demonstrate and pilot a disruptive technology to support labour market decision making by
unemployed citizens and those seeking to help them. At one stage or another, almost half of all EU citizens will rely on a
Public Employment Services (PES), and so this is a key touchpoint of a contemporary state and has impacts on citizen’s
thinking about social cohesion, care and existential wellbeing. The ambition of the project is to improve citizen’s experience
and outcomes of unemployment by offering real-time evidence-based insight into their personal position in the labour
market. Hecat builds on the experience and learning of existing basic algorithmic techniques used by some European PES
administrations to: - deliver labour market insight directly to unemployed citizen and so is built on European values of open
data, collaboration, transparency and citizen-participation - broaden out the focus on quantity of jobs drawn from the
‘economic imagination’ to add a focus on job quality and sustainable employment - go beyond profiling the ‘stock’
unemployed people, to incorporate measures of labour demand, and so take a labour market approach - go beyond the
profiling of ‘problem categories’ of citizens that current survey-data based systems use, to exploit emerging big-data
processing and analytics to treat each individual as a unique complex subject in a real-time and near limitless database that
leverages the insight trapped inside statistical agencies - frame the development in deep contextual insight into the origin
and transformation of the experience of unemployment and its administration based on anthropological inquiry - bring this
insight into the hands of decision makers with a a platform-UX that exploits novel artificial intelligence with learning
capabilities and cutting edge, accessible visualisation and gamification techniques to support knowledge discovery and
decision making at the critical moment, as a decision support system

Invito a presentare proposte

H2020-SC6-TRANSFORMATIONS-2018-2019-2020

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Bando secondario

H2020-SC6-TRANSFORMATIONS-2019

Meccanismo di finanziamento

RIA - Research and Innovation action

Coordinatore

SOUTH EAST TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
Contribution nette de l'UE
€ 977 601,25
Indirizzo
CORK ROAD CAMPUS WATERFORD
X91 K0EK Waterford
Irlanda

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Regione
Ireland Southern South-East
Tipo di attività
Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
Collegamenti
Costo totale
€ 977 601,25

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