Attention business professionals!
Get ready for the MyData 2023 conference, an event rich with ideas, insights, and real-world applications that highlight the transformative potential of human-centric data management.
At MyData 2023, we will delve deep into the theme of “Human-centric data in practice.” Over the course of two days, you will have the opportunity to participate in more than 70 sessions featuring over 120 experts in the field! Our programme will follow four key themes: empowering infrastructures, human-centric governance, our daily lives, and the business-enabling ecosystem. You cannot afford to miss the conference that provides you with knowledge, inspirations and solutions which can bring your business to another level.
As our programme is very rich and you are a busy person, we cherry-picked the sessions of special interest for you. For more details, click here. For tickets, click here.
ChatGPT: friend or foe?
ChatGPT and GenerativeAI is the game-changer. Everyone’s talking about it. Everyone. We are sure you are also wondering what it means for your business.
In the session we discover the potential opportunities and challenges posed by this advanced language model, and gain valuable insights on how to leverage its capabilities for your organisation’s success. This session is a must-attend for all business leaders who want to benefit from the revolutionising technology without entering the risky territories of ethical concerns and personal data breaches.
Dutch media companies for personal data stores
Five large media companies in The Netherlands are putting their weight together to creating their own ad ecosystem, they embrace the power of collaboration and personal data sharing for their and society’s benefit. Explore their efforts in driving adoption, expanding into other sectors, and fostering cross-sectoral impact on the data economy.
This session is a must-attend for forward-thinking leaders seeking to navigate the evolving data landscape and unlock the full potential of personalised experiences.
Surprising economics of personal data
The MyData movement is rightly strong on issues like human rights, data ethics, fairness and data governance. But while it likes to talk about economic benefits it’s not been clear where these benefits come from. In this session Mydex Community Interest Company chairman Alan Mitchell draws on the company’s 16 years’ experience as a personal data store provider to show why and how:
- Most commentators have been looking for these economic benefits in the wrong places.
- Empowering citizens with their data can and will unleash an economy-wide productivity revolution – a transformation as big as the invention of mass production – using data sharing processes where no money changes hands, where no data is monetised and where no profiteering is possible.
The impact of European digital identity wallets on service providers
MyData believes that its vision should always be the best option to the individual as well as the service provider. Currently, a lot of the buzz around the European Digital Identity (EUDI) wallets is concerning end-users and wallets (operators).
For successful adoption it is important to recognise the role of service providers in the EUDI ecosystem as well. Service providers (Data Using Services) will play an important role in the human-centric design and the adoption of the wallet. Equally important is that it is going to affect their services and infrastructure (ICT and architecture). Join this workshop to learn:
- How the EUDI wallet will affect the ecosystem of service providers.
- What are the opportunities of the EUDI wallet for the ecosystem of service providers.