How can a non-profit neutral foundation become the center of a human centric data model in the Netherlands? Learn how Dutch media wants to cooperate on R&D to develop and test a human centric data infrastructure, baased on personal data stores! Get inspired how introduction by media can cause rapid adoption of personal data stores by the Dutch public and distribution to other sectors and markets. In this presentation we will present the initiative of the five major media companies in the Netherlands (the public broadcaster, the two commercial broadcasters and the two largest publishers) to do research and development on a personal data store and its application in concrete (media) use cases. This led to a non-profit foundation that wants to establish a neutral data facility, with individually owned and controlled data stores (‘a data utility company’, not government-run, but society-run). That will provide an infrastructure that will facilitate the media to develop viable use cases and to develop viable cases for other sectors as well, to broaden the impact and to spur adoption in the market and society. We like to share our vision on how a sector wide cooperation in media together with societal and public organisations (we have partnered with around 20 organisations, like universities, the national library, the national institue of sound&vision, the Dutch national web domain keeper, etc.) can impact the data economy cross-sectoral. We’ll share our view on launching personal data stores in the Dutch market and how to develop further towards a personal data ecosystem. We seek international cooperation and support in this mission and are happy to support and inspire initiatives in other countries.
Speakers: Martijn van Dam & Arno Otto, Dutch Data Vault Foundation
Session host: Marie-José Hoefmans