Are Personal Data Stores the future of the internet?


This event will explore the technical, legal and commercial challenges of Personal Data Stores, a disruptive new technology which puts control back into the hands of internet users.

Dates Thursday, December 5, 2019 - Download as vCalendar
Event Times: 17:00 to 20:45
Venue The Bradfield Centre, 184 Cambridge Science Park, Milton Road, Cambridge, CB4 0GA
Contact Name Clare Kettle
Email clare.kettle@cambridgewireless.co.uk
Contact Phone +441223967101
Website Event website

Event details:

This event will explore the technical, legal and commercial challenges of Personal Data Stores, a disruptive new technology which puts control back into the hands of internet users.

"If you aren't paying for the product, then you are the product".

The standard internet business model has become “surveillance capitalism” – taking users' data, applying analytics and pushing back personalised advertising.

Personal Data Stores only grant access to data on a need to know basis, or via a commercial contract. This disruptive technology seeks to put power back into the hands of users. We will look at the technical, legal, and commercial fundamentals that will predict the outcomes in this exciting new market segment.

Agenda:

17:00 - Registration & networking over beers and pizza

18:00 - Introduction to CW from Simon Mead, CEO, CW

18:10 - Welcome from our event sponsor

18:15 - Arthur Meadows, Chief Commercilisation Officer, Fetch.ai

18:35 - Alan Mitchell, Non-executive Chairman and Co-Founder, Mydex

19:00 - Jonathan Hotlby, CCO, Dataswift

19:25 - Panel session with all speakers chaired by SIG Champion Tim Phipps from Samsung, Cambridge

20:20 - Closing remarks & event end

Speakers include:

  • Arthur Meadows; Cheif Commercialisation Officer, Fetch.AI
  • Alan Mitchell; Non-executive Chairman & Co-Founder, Mydex
  • Jonathan Hotlby; CCO, Dataswift

This interactive workshop will feature three short presentation concluding with an open forum. Registration opens at 5.00pm with the first session at 5.30PM and the event will conclude with networking over refreshments and pizza. This event is kindly hosted by the Bradfield Centre.

This event is FREE for all to attend!

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