Amy Helen Margaret Greyson; Making the Futures Present, report ocadu:1441, Master of Design in Strategic Foresight and Innovation; OCAD University; 2016 (2017-02-14) 193 pages; CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. About: OCAD U is an art, design and media university in Canada.
tl;dr → promoting his research on <paraphrase>automation through artificial intelligence (AI) or cognitive technologies suggesting that if a job can be outsourced, many of the tasks typically performed by the jobholder can probably be automated — even by relatively “dumb” technologies like robotic process automation.</paraphrase>
Thomas H. Davenport
President’s Distinguished Professor of Information Technology and Management at Babson College
“blind match” → use a credit bureau as a “match partner”; e.g. Experian, Acxiom or other.
“data-for-insights” → trade with another company.
<quote>The tool to make data available to blockchain technology will be open-sourced</quote>, attributed to Marcien Janckes.
Comcast hopes to eventually open the Blockchain Insights Platform to everyone.
<quote>Imagine segmenting the data you’re willing to sell and locking each segment into different vaults. You decide which advertisers can access specific vaults, and you give them the keys to do so. If a partner wants to act against your auto-intenders and has your permission, it can use its key to find that specific data segment and send its marketing or ad tech stack into the vault to execute the campaign. No data ever leaves, and the blockchain technology, acting as a ledger, records the transaction.</quote>
Some FUD about …
identity instability via rotation or hashing or obfuscation