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The value of personal data: Interview with James Felton Keith

More thoughtful discussion of our rights over the data that defines us in the digital world is always to be welcomed. Personal Data Week...

Shaking up the art market

The rarefied world of the art trade is not an obvious place to find personal data innovation, but then Feral Horses is a startup...

Integrity not for sale: Qiy Foundation’s vision for a new internet

As ambitions go, they don’t come much bolder than a plan to create a whole new internet. That is the aim of the Qiy...

Choose the healthy option

If you have your health, you have everything — so the saying goes. The good news is we are living longer, curing more diseases and treating...

The EU GDPR: When rules and regulations offer businesses a golden opportunity

There are no problems, only opportunities. So goes the saying that is either a mantra of optimism or a trite business cliche, depending on...

Insurance will be a risky business for those who don’t innovate

  Insurance is a tough business to love from a customer point of view. It’s all about spending money on something from which we’d rather...

Time for a virtual reality check when it comes to our data

We’re over half way through 2016 which, according to just about everybody, is "the year of virtual reality". The number of caveats has crept...

Survival in a mobile future: It’s time for telcos to gatecrash their own party

For many telecommunications companies right now it must feel like they have thrown a fantastic party only to find themselves looking in through the...

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Patient in scanner

Healthy discussions on Patient Centric Data

In four short months, Future Agenda has covered a lot of ground in its exploration of how patient data will shape the future of...
Credit scoring is becoming less of a game of chance

Giving credit where it’s due

How identity data is driving an alternative market for measuring trust The credit scoring industry is changing in profound ways that will affect just...
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Big Apple, bigger ambitions: A Personal Data Week wrap-up

The dust has settled after the first ever Personal Data Week in New York, but the organisers have done anything but take their foot...
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Wherever I lay my HAT

The Hub of All Things (HAT) is on a mission to create a better internet that is better for people and businesses by putting...
Digi.me is working to deliver patient centricity by giving health data to the individual

Patients will be rewarded

One of the biggest challenges across the whole health ecosystem is accessing data. Whether for today’s direct care or unlocking tomorrow’s healthcare innovation, timely...