| October 11, 2019
Our panelists discuss how governments and corporations harvest and use personal data, and how they profit from it.
The panel also addresses concerns over data protection in a world where the rise of “Business A.I.” seems unstoppable. Watch the full video.
Practically every person on the planet generates some form of data (also known as “data exhaust”). With five billion people globally having a mobile phone connection, every call, message, purchase or internet search we make, shapes our lives while leaving a digital footprint. Even when we walk on busy city streets, CCTV cameras capture our physical movements while our smartphones track our every location.
Moderator: Armando Gonzalez, CEO, RavenPack
- Robert Shapiro, Economist and Political Adviser
- Jason Bloomberg, Best-Selling Author
This presentation was held at the
RavenPack Research Symposium in New York on September 10, 2019
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