Future of Data
Enabling responsible data-driven innovation by identifying and building appropriate rules of the road and structures
Europe Lays Down an AI Marker
“By the time rules get written, they tend to be outdated. Regulators will always be followers because they are unable to hire the best data scientists who can predict the way data issues will shape up in the future.”
Ensuring Privacy by Design
Unleashing the Promise of the Data Revolution
Future of Data at Davos 2020: New Road Maps for Data Regulation
It's Time to Redefine how Data is Governed, Controlled and Shared. Here's how.
What We're Reading
This whitepaper offers an explanation of the requirement of Data Protection by Design (DPbD), what controls and failure modes are and how they relate to the workflow, and how to select controls to address key nodes of the DPbD workflow.
Marianne VarkianiFuture of Privacy Forum
AI determinations of fairness are apt to lose the complicated and philosophical nuances of the issue.
Karen Hao and Jonathan StrayMIT Technology Review
Determining the value consumers place on their personal data is beginning to look like a fool's errand.
Will OremusOneZero, Medium
The Next Generation of Data-Sharing in Financial Services: Using Privacy Enhancing Techniques to Unlock New Value
Fraud detection, customer service, and risk assessment for financial institutions could all be improved by sharing data.
World Economic Forum
Firms may hoard data for a competitive advantage, but there may be broader financial incentives in promoting broader use.
Charles I. Jones and Christopher TonettiStanford Graduate School of Business