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01. MyData nuts and bolts Ignasi Alcalde – Personal data coaching
01. MyData nuts and bolts Molly Schwartz – MyData’s Many Challenges
01. MyData nuts and bolts Tanel Mällo – What MyData Stands For session (3 presentations)
02. GDPR – the new black Aurelie Pols – The great MyData GDPR Debate – Keynote Aurelie Pols
02. GDPR – the new black Dorota Filipczuk – An Evaluation of Negotiation Agents: A Lab Study
02. GDPR – the new black Dorota Filipczuk – An Evaluation of Negotiation Agents: A Lab Study
02. GDPR – the new black Dorota Filipczuk – An Evaluation of Negotiation Agents: A Lab Study
02. GDPR – the new black Giovanni Buttarelli – Video contribution by Mr. Giovanni Buttarelli, EDPS
02. GDPR – the new black Joseph Lindley – Anticipating GDPR in Smart Homes Through Fictional Conversational Objects
02. GDPR – the new black Joseph Lindley – Anticipating GDPR In Smart Homes Through Fictional Conversational Agents
02. GDPR – the new black Jussi Leppälä – Navigating Between Mathematics and the GDPR; Anonymization, Pseudonymization, and Personal Data
02. GDPR – the new black Karen Watson – GDPR The Latest everybody must have
02. GDPR – the new black Maximilian von Grafenstein – The “State of the Art” of Privacy by Design
02. GDPR – the new black Nicolo Zingales – The rise of infomediaries and its competitive implications
02. GDPR – the new black Paul Francis – Diffix: GDPR-level Anonymity with High Utility Analytics
02. GDPR – the new black Robert Madge – Impersonal Data and the GDPR
02. GDPR – the new black Sam Wrigley – New Kid on the Block(chain): Controllers, processors and decentralised processing
03. Case studies Andy Brooks – Suunto T6 Fitness Wearable: Designing a Pioneering Personal Data Ecosystem with MyData Principles
03. Case studies Anna Rizzo – MyHealthMyData – An EU-funded project for a privacy-preserving and secure healthcare consented data sharing platform
03. Case studies Daniel Bayley – Enabling Patient Centricity
03. Case studies Erwin Rooijakkers – In control of energy data like it’s 2020 (7 min. pitch)
03. Case studies Erwin Rooijakkers – In control of energy data like it’s 2020 (15 min. version)
03. Case studies Jonna Fassbender – StyleScript, your personal Style ID Card
03. Case studies Kim Hamers-Dings – The consumer in control
03. Case studies Maarten Louman – Aegon using Qiy Trust Framework
03. Case studies Mika Klemettinen – Open Platforms Economy Enabled by Data, AI and Key Enabling Technologies
03. Case studies Simon Carroll – The MyData use case universe
03. Case studies Timo Ruohomäki – Energy data harmonisation: Case mySMARTLife
03. Case studies Tristan Nitot – How Cozy Cloud simplifies health expenses reimbursement
03. Case studies Veera Mustonen – Sharing consumer energy data
03. Case studies Xavier Lefevre – Frictionless Permissioned Data Sharing
04. Ethical processing of MyData Alexandros Nousias – From Personal Data Processing to Digital Dignity
04. Ethical processing of MyData Alexandros Nousias – From Personal Data Processing to Digital Dignity
04. Ethical processing of MyData Ilana Ullman – RDR 2017 Findings: What do we know about what companies do with our data?
04. Ethical processing of MyData John Havens – Prioritizing Human Wellbeing for Ethical AI
04. Ethical processing of MyData Katryna Dow – Artificial Intelligence: Friend or Foe?
04. Ethical processing of MyData Michalis Vafopoulos – This my life, my new life: let us talk about the Philosophy of MyData
04. Ethical processing of MyData Michele Loi – What kind of guidance could ethics and philosophy give for practical work with personal data?
04. Ethical processing of MyData Paul-Olivier Dehaye – Cambridge Analytica & populist movements: What happened?
04. Ethical processing of MyData Pernille Tranberg – What is DataEthics
05. Insights to consumer behavior Gail Maunula – The Customer Loyalty Program, The Mobile App, Your Data and You
05. Insights to consumer behavior Joanne Lacey – Consumer Trust in Personal Data
05. Insights to consumer behavior Maria Macocinschi – Data Protection and Privacy Concerns in Loyalty Mobile Apps
06. Global landscape Aleksi Knuutila – Mitä on julkinen MyData? Ihmiskeskeisen tiedon periaatteet julkishallinnossa
06. Global landscape Daniel Kaplan – MesInfos and the Rainbow Button (updated version)
06. Global landscape Juha Kenraali – Ihmiskeskeinen data ja viranomaisten roolin muutos tulevaisuudessa
06. Global landscape Koiti Hasida – MyData Japan 2017 and Beyond
06. Global landscape Suvi Remes – Hyödynnetään avointa, omaa ja yhteistä tietoa – keinona MyData?
06. Global landscape Tanel Mällo – Global MyData Action Workshop
06. Global landscape Taru Rastas – Promoting Mydata in Finland – MyDatan vauhdittaminen Suomessa
06. Global landscape Wil Janssen – rise and fall of personal data services – patterns of success and failure
07. Making consent work Joss Langford – Architecting Consent with Open Standards
07. Making consent work Justin Richer – The Burden of Choice
07. Making consent work Michele Nati – Personal Data Receipts
07. Making consent work Ruaridh Thomson – Artificial Intelligence and Consent
07. Making consent work Sami Laine – Consent Management Solution for Omnichannel Business
07. Making consent work Stuart Lacey – MyData2017 Consent Track Closing Remarks
08. Roadmap for personal data markets Geoff Revill – The Effect on Market Organization
08. Roadmap for personal data markets Geoff Revill – MyData 2017 roadmap for personal data markets
08. Roadmap for personal data markets Kai Kuikkaniemi – Comparing Different Market Models for Personal Data Markets
08. Roadmap for personal data markets Paul Francis – Diffix: Enabling (Aggregate) Data Markets with Anonymization
09. Technical building blocks Andrew Brooks – User Empowerment as Business Strategy: GDPR and Fitness Wearables
09. Technical building blocks Axel Polleres – Project Launch: SPECIAL (a Scalable Policy-awarE linked data arChitecture for prIvacy, trAnsparency and compLiance)
09. Technical building blocks Christophe Philemotte – A DIY Data Lake
09. Technical building blocks Christophe Philemotte – A DIY Data Lake
09. Technical building blocks Dan Bogdanov – Sharing Your Data with Strings Attached
09. Technical building blocks Drummond Reed – Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs): The Fundamental Building Block of the Decentralized World
09. Technical building blocks Drummond Reed – The Impact of DIDs (Decentralized Identifiers)
09. Technical building blocks Geoff Revill – Proven Interoperability through Semantic Data Architecture
09. Technical building blocks Hanna Niemi-Hugaerts – How to enable call-for-data in the era of mydata?
09. Technical building blocks Harri Honko – MyData Architecture Framework 2.0
09. Technical building blocks Kristian Bäckström – Identity-based communication: How Governed Networks Benefits of an Autonomous Identity Layer as a FoundationHow Governed Networks Benefits of an Autonomous Identity Layer as a Foundation
09. Technical building blocks Luk Vervenne – The Ethical Industrialisation of Personal Data
09. Technical building blocks Päivi Karkkola – Personal data to Open Data
09. Technical building blocks Phil Windley – A Global, Public Network for Self-Sovereign Identity
09. Technical building blocks Robert Guinness – The Role of Open Source Software in Enhancing Privacy
09. Technical building blocks Sabri Skhiri – The Data Architecture Vision: THE SUSTAINABLE FOUNDATION FOR DIGITAL TRANSFORMATIONS
09. Technical building blocks Simon Crossley – Building a Population Scale API
09. Technical building blocks Wilfried Pimenta de Miranda – IOTA Tangle – Backbone for Digital Identity
09. Technical building blocks Ziad WAKIM – Building a Privacy Respectful Startup
10. Design + personal data? Alessandro Carelli – Design Track | Day 1
10. Design + personal data? Sebastian Rauer – Sensing Everything
10. Design + personal data? Simon Kavanagh – Designing for Empowerment
10. Design + personal data? Yann Bruna – Data portability : are the GAFAM ready ?
11. Our data Francesca Bria – DEcentralised Citizens Owned Data Ecosystem: Data sovereignty for citizens
11. Our data Maria Macocinschi – Consumer Sovereignty over Personal Data and Digital Identities: From Property Rhetoric to Personal Information Management Systems
11. Our data Michele Loi – What can political philosophy contribute to our data futures?
11. Our data Peter Wells – mydata / ourdata – symbiotic relationship
11. Our data Tuukka Lehtiniemi – Constructing new data subjectivities for citizens
11. Our data Valérie Peugeot – Collective approaches of empowerment around our data
12. Health Antti Kettunen – Hacking healthcare
12. Health Berit Skjernaa – Technological solutions for keeping privacy
12. Health Maritta Perälä-Heape – Digital Health Revolution
12. Health Sari Stenfors – Smart Health, Personal Data & Blockchain
12. Health Wilfried Pimenta de Miranda – IOTA Tangle – MyData Health Sandbox
Common / main stage Alessandro Carelli – Design Track – Day 3
Common / main stage Antti Poikola – Values and Principles of the MyData Movement
Common / main stage Antti Poikola – State of MyData – What has Happened Since Last Year?
Common / main stage Antti Poikola – Thursday Opening Plenary
Common / main stage Antti Kettunen – Rooting MyData to Nordics via self-sovereign identity
Common / main stage Francesca Bria – Barcelona City Data Commons: give citizens greater control, while generating public value through data
Common / main stage Julian Ranger – Internet of Me – Making it Real
Common / main stage Julian Ranger – Internet of Me – Making it Real (Video)
Common / main stage Kirsi Pulkamo – Trials and services – Making data available
Common / main stage Linnet Taylor – Group privacy: big data and the collective
Common / main stage Molly Schwartz – MyData 2017 in conclusion
Common / main stage Tanel Mällo – MyData2017 Opening Plenary
Common / main stage Tristan Nitot – How Cozy Cloud is making PIMS a reality (without becoming the next Google)