Introducing the “Liberty. Equality. Data.” Podcast
Prifina launches the Liberty. Equality. Data. podcast, featuring conversations with industry leaders and pioneers about helping individuals get value from their personal data.
The Prifina team is pleased to announce the release of its new podcast series, “Liberty. Equality. Data.”
With this podcast series, we aim to foster discussions about the different kinds of value that individuals can get from their personal data. We will be inviting industry leaders and pioneers to talk about recent developments in different industries, opportunities presented by a user-held data model, and the implications of an open data market. This podcast series is a rough continuation of Prifina’s “Open Calls”.
Episode #1 with Kathy Giori
In this first episode, we talked with Kathy Giori. Kathy is a leading IoT expert who builds smart home systems that combine various sensors with data sources to create new solutions for smart living. The Podcast is called “Building Your Smart Home with Connected Sensors and Data.”
Kathy said she “could not have imagined all the things I would be able to do and all the knowledge I would gain by living in a more ‘connected’ environment.”
The transcript is available here.
To learn more about Kathy’s impressive work in the IoT space, click here.
We hope that “Liberty. Equality. Data.” sheds more light on the new opportunities presented by user-held data, and that individuals, developers, and everyone in our general audience will be inspired to explore new use-cases for applications built on top of user-held data.
If you are interested in learning more, please join our open Slack channel “Liberty. Equality. Data.” Feel free to reach out to us on Slack or at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any suggestions about topics we should discuss and/or speakers we should invite.
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