Events/Addiction and Technology: understanding the links
- 1 Addiction and Technology: Understanding the Links
- 2 Video version of these slides
- 2.1 Introduction
- 2.2 History of Youtube systems
- 2.3 Generic comment
- 2.4 Individual rights
- 2.5 Right of access: some examples
- 2.6 Right to portability: some questions
- 2.7 MyData Geneva
Addiction and Technology: Understanding the Links
Video version of these slides
Available, where else? On Youtube!
- Paul-Olivier Dehaye (Q351) - on Wikidata
- PersonalData.IO (Q182): "data rights individually actionable and collectively useful"
- Q585: "personal data empowerment"
- MyData Geneva (Q50)
History of Youtube systems
- The DNNs of version 2 (tend to) model stable user characteristics.
- The CNNs of version 3 (tend to) model dynamic user characteristics.
- optimization function is often "engagement"
- reward mechanism
- user history
personal data (Q28): "data about an identified or identifiable individual"
- right of access to personal data (Q51): view/get a copy of all our personal data
- right to data portability (Q1209)
- scope: "data provided by the data subject"
- "in a commonly-used, machine readable format", at least from the data controller to the data subject
- "without hindrance, [..] where technically feasible", from one data controller to another directly
- right to information about the logic of the processing (Q1211)
Right to benefit from science
Universal Declaration of Human Rights (Q1233) and UN Declaration on Human Rights Article 27 (Q1234): "Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community, to enjoy the arts and to share in scientific advancement and its benefits."
- “We the Scientists”: a Human Right to Citizen Science (Q1238);
- The dynamics of big data and human rights: the case of scientific research (Q1240).
Right of access: some examples
Data Management Platforms:
Right to portability: some questions
- where to?
- how to do the transfer?
- how to build trust?
- how to experiment?