Data &Trust – Open Data and Personal Data Ownership Platforms: social and legal implications
Data &Trust Working Group is part of the AI Global Governance Network of Task Forces. AI can compute an enormous amount of data helping us understand our own behavioural patterns. We need data sets to train AI to be able to do it.
● Should personal data be open and accessible for public purposes or for all commercial purposes too?
● Should we enable individuals to own their data and be able to sell it?
● Should we tax companies for selling our own data? In what way?
Access to personal data vs personal data privacy and ownership is an example of one of the many dilemmas we face when discussing open data and the implications they have on trust. In this context, we will explore Personal Data Ownership Platforms and their social and legal implications.
Format: On the first day, speakers will introduce different concepts and ideas as well as the work they have done in this regard with a focus on Data Trust concept and Data Ownership Platforms.
On the second day, as a follow-up, we will discuss in more details implications of the Data Ownership Platforms and what positive and negative consequence could they have on people (Trust) and society (Legal).
Finally, given a goal of purposeful and sustainable economy, we'll investigate ways one or the other could contribute.
Participation: The workshop is divided into two parts through days 1 (speakers’ presentations) and 2 (working groups). Please ensure you will be able to attend both days to benefit fully from the workshop.
Gosia leads the vision and implementation of the AI Global Governance Commission that brings together governments, industries and civil society to shape future AI policy and regulations internationally. Gosia has previously worked with several international organisations and the United Nations’ agencies, including the World Trade Organisation (WTO), World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO), NATO, and the European Commission, in the field of international standards, strategies and regulations as well as innovation management. She was a CEO of a greeNet Solutions start-up for two years prior to joining the Big Innovation Centre. Gosia has lived and worked in 8 countries across Europe and Latin America and speaks English, Polish, Spanish, and has a working knowledge of Portuguese and French. She has a BSc (Hons) in Politics with Economics from the University of Bath, UK; MSc in International Development Studies from the University of Amsterdam, Netherlands; and a Certificate in Executive Programme in Innovation and Technology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA. Gosia’s passion is humans, behavioural and cognitive science as well as psychology, especially the interaction with machines and its influence on society. She used to be a hip- hop dancer a long time ago…