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Common European Language Data Space.

Georg Rehm; Stelios Piperidis; Khalid Choukri; Andrejs Vasiļjevs; Katrin Marheinecke; Victoria Arranz; Aivars Bērziņ¨; Miltos Deligiannis; Dimitris Galanis; Maria Giagkou; Katerina Gkirtzou; Dimitris Gkoumas; Annika Grützner-Zahn; Athanasia Kolovou; Penny Labropoulou; Andis Lagzdiņ¨; Elena Leitner; Valérie Mapelli; Hélène Mazo; Simon Ostermann; Stefania Racioppa; Mickaël Rigault; Leon Voukoutis
In: Proceedings of the Language Resources and Evaluation Conference. International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC-2024), May 20-25, Turin, Italy, ELRA, 2024.


The Common European Language Data Space (LDS) is an integral part of the EU data strategy, which aims at developing a single market for data. Its decentralised technical infrastructure and governance scheme are currently being developed by the LDS project, which also has dedicated tasks for proof-of-concept prototypes, handling legal aspects, raising awareness and promoting the LDS through events and social media channels. The LDS is part of a broader vision for establishing all necessary components to develop European large language models.