DescriptionSpeech is about interaction. It is more than just passing messages – the listener nods and finishes the sentence for you. Interaction is so essentially a part of normal speech, that non-interactive speech has its own name: monologue. Normal speech is about interaction. From the myData-perspective, this means that all (speech) data is about interactions, between two or more parties. The interactive component makes speech more interesting and this applies to other data as well. For example, a photo of a beach becomes more interesting when you know that I went there with Sophie. Ownership of such data is then also shared among the participating parties. There is no singular owner of data, but access and management of data must always happen in mutual agreement.In our view, data becomes more interesting when it is about an interaction. To include the most significant data, we should therefore turn our attention from myData to focus on ourData. Here, the importance of data is then dependent on, and even defined by, with whom are you talking?
|Period||26 Sep 2019|
|Event title||MyData: Rebuilding trust - for human-centered data economy|
|Degree of Recognition||International|