ENTRIES TAGGED "personal data"
Nigel Shadbolt on AI, ODI, and how personal, open data could empower consumers in the 21st century.
Rep. Issa expressed support for reforming FOIA to include personal data held by companies.
Dr. Nadav Aharony used phone sensors to explore personal behaviors and community trends.
Tracking health data to maintain awareness and intention.
I'm trying to walk the line between obsessive tracking and an open ended approach to motivation.
"Choice engines" are helping consumers make smarter decisions through personal and government data.
Smart disclosure is when a company or government agency provides consumers with periodic access to personal data in an open format. Citizens can put their own data assets to work in making better choices about finance, healthcare, travel, energy, education, real estate and more.
A new infographic tool, San Francisco upgrades its open data efforts, and decades of Stephen Wolfram's data.
Visual.ly launches an infographic creation tool, San Francisco upgrades its open data initiative, and Stephen Wolfram offers a peek into more than 20 years of his personal data.
Wolfram releases a pro tool, protecting data during times of need, and new doubts about dating services.
Wolfram|Alpha launches a pro version of its computational knowledge engine, guidelines emerge for protecting the data of people in crisis, and researchers cast doubt on dating sites' matchmaking algorithms.
Quantifying your changes + motivational hacks = programmable self.
Taking a cue from the Quantified Self movement, the programmable self is the combination of a digital motivation hack with a digital system that tracks behavior. Here's a look at companies and projects relevant to the programmable self space.