Me, Myself and Data: Exploring Future Human Experiences


Mikko Lampi


Hall B2


13:30 - 14:45 Thursday






On September 26, 2019 at 13:32, Ada is born.

It was a time of crisis and lack of trust: climate disasters, political polarizations, widespread hate speech, and democracy undermined. Ada represents a generation of radical transformation where current systems are questioned and new models tested and developed.

Ada – as an early adopter – manages her life and her data based on her principles and values. Her identity, relationships, vote, health, work, services she uses, and her data management are based on those. She has a personal MyData system that she can trust and control, is easy to use and protects her privacy.

Join us to design Ada’s experience.

This workshop is about the future of data management, human experiences, digital footprint, and the steps needed to design personal experiences built on principles and values. We will boldly seek to discover new commercial and non-commercial concepts that can tackle a set of data-related and ethical issues in future of MyData and human experiences.

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