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Drive the debate on Data Ownership

Join our thought leadership program to share ideas on how data ownership could (and should) work in the Real World

Introduction tot he thought leadership program of the Data Collaboration Alliance

The old saying "be careful what you ask for, because you just might get it" could certainly apply to data ownership.

 

While new technologies like Data Fabric platforms are making data ownership possible, there are still many questions left to be answered.

  • Will citizens assume ownership?

  • Can Intelligent Agents act as as custodians?

  • Is all data of equal value?

  • Who owns our data when we die?

We're at an amazing period in modern history when these questions are not only being asked, but the answers can be operationalized within digital service environments. 

HOW IT WORKS

Once approved as a contributor , simply book a 15 minute recording session. 

 

We'll transform our conversation into great content for social media.   Feel free to invite someone else to the recording and treat it like a micro interview, or use a slide or infographic as a helpful visual.

 

We also welcome longer-form contributions in the form of research summaries, serializations of books, and  editorial pieces.

OUR CONTRIBUTORS

The Data Collaboration Alliance is a nonprofit that's dedicated to a future where data is fully-controlled by its owners and a more inclusive generation of technologists are empowered to build data-centric solutions without the friction of complex data integration.

 

We’re advancing new data management technologies, standards, and methodologies that eliminate the replication of data and place secure collaboration between people and systems at the heart of digital service innovation.

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