Columbus, OH –
Today, everything that can be tracked already is – or will be soon. So that begs the question, who does your data belong to? Is it yours, or does somebody else own it? If it’s yours, what are you doing with it? If it isn’t, what are they doing with it? With this flood of data, here are five things we should be asking.
When sharing your sensitive personal data, what if it only existed for a few minutes, and then just disappeared? Is it time to think Snapchat for your personal health data?
What if each individual owned all of their personal data and could grant or deny others “in the moment” access–easily turning it off and on?
What if we created and shared our experiences, not just shared data? Connecting people, not just counted the number of steps they took?
What if you had a personal area network? As you move so moves your data, allowing connections based on your physical location.
What if we could deliver adaptable web/mobile services based on time or real-time data? Sunny outside? Google things to do and get outside results first.