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Infrastructure for a Data Economy – Fundamental of the Global Enlightenment Economy
January 27 @ 8:30 am - 10:00 am
Time: 08:30 a.m. EST, January 27, 2023
Michael Dukakis, Co-chair of Boston Global Forum
Alex Pentland, MIT Professor
Thomas Patterson, Harvard Professor
Nazli Choucri, MIT Professor
Nguyen Anh Tuan, CEO of Boston Global Forum
David Silbersweig, Harvard University
Ramu Damodaran, Co-chair of the United Nations Centennial Initiative
This BGF High Level Meeting will discuss the AIWS Economy as the infrastructure for a data economy and pillar of the Global Enlightenment Economy, including:
- Data storage and management systems: These systems are used to store and manage data in a way that makes it easily accessible and usable. This can include traditional databases, as well as newer technologies such as data lakes and data warehouses.
- Data exchange platforms: These platforms facilitate the exchange of data between different parties, and may include marketplaces, data brokers, or other types of data exchange systems.
- Data analytics tools: These tools are used to extract insights and value from data, and can include statistical analysis software, machine learning algorithms, and visualization tools.
- Data governance and security systems: These systems are used to ensure that data is used ethically, securely, and in compliance with relevant laws and regulations. This can include data privacy and security protocols, as well as data governance frameworks and policies.
The AIWS Economy infrastructure is designed to support the creation and exchange of data as a valuable resource, and to ensure that data is used in a way that is ethical, secure, and compliant with relevant laws and regulations.