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Towards Value-Centric Big Data:
Community Position Paper
Daniel Bachlechner, Fraunhofer
IFIP Summer School on Privacy and ...
e-Sides Ethical and Societal Implications of Data Sciences 2
Key questions
What is e-SIDES
doing for value-
centric big da...
Who is the
community and how
can it contribute?
e-Sides Ethical and Societal Implications of Data Sciences 3
What is e-SID...
e-Sides Ethical and Societal Implications of Data Sciences 4
What is e-SIDES doing...
1) Identify ethical and societal iss...
5
Data-driven innovation that
at the same time
provides opportunities for
economic added value and
respects ethical and
so...
Who is the
community and how
can it contribute?
e-Sides Ethical and Societal Implications of Data Sciences 6
What is e-SID...
3) Challenges
1) Introduction
2) Stakeholders
4) Opportunities
7
What is the CPP...
A document on responsible
data-driven ...
 Indicates where action is needed
 Documents good practices
 Provides a basis for decision
making
 Drives a lively deb...
e-Sides Ethical and Societal Implications of Data Sciences 9
What is e-SIDES
doing for value-
centric big data?
What’s the...
10
Source:https://www.score.org/blog/how-conduct-%E2%80%9Csmart%E2%80%9D-meetings
Who is the
community...
Industry
Academi...
11
Source:https://leadg2.thecenterforsalesstrategy.com/book
...and how can
it contribute?
 Online by using a collaborativ...
12
Contribute
now!
 Editors constantly integrate
suggestions into the paper
 The community is informed about
significant...
Who is the
community and how
can it contribute?
e-Sides Ethical and Societal Implications of Data Sciences 13
What is e-SI...
14
What do we already have...
Challenges Opportunities
3) Issues related to legal
compliance and ethics
1) Differences in ...
15
What do we already have...
Challenges
3) Issues related to legal
compliance and ethics
1) Differences in attitudes
and ...
16
What do we already have...
Challenges
3) Issues related to legal
compliance and ethics
1) Differences in attitudes
and ...
17
What do we already have...
Challenges
3) Issues related to legal
compliance and ethics
1) Differences in attitudes
and ...
18
What do we already have...
Challenges
3) Issues related to legal
compliance and ethics
1) Differences in attitudes
and ...
19
What do we already have...
Opportunities
3) Reference points of
accountability
1) Awareness raising and
transparency
2)...
1) Awareness raising and
transparency
20
What do we already have...
Opportunities
3) Reference points of
accountability
2)...
21
What do we already have...
Opportunities
3) Reference points of
accountability
1) Awareness raising and
transparency
2)...
22
What do we already have...
Opportunities
3) Reference points of
accountability
1) Awareness raising and
transparency
2)...
 The organisation of further
community events is on the way
 A stable draft of the paper will
be ready in the end of Sep...
24
Source:https://epsrc.ukri.org/newsevents/events/pssatmeetingjul2015/
Upcoming
events
– FINAL CONFERENCE –
mid-November ...
Thank you!
@eSIDES_EU
#privacyinbigdata
eSIDES_EU
info@e-sides.eu
https://e-sides.eu/
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"Towards Value-centric Big Data: Community Position Paper" Daniel Bachlechner, e-SIDES @ IFIP Summer School on Privacy and Identity Management 2019

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e-SIDES team attended the last edition of the IFIP Summer School and moderated the session "Towards Privacy-Preserving Big Data Analytics".
This presentation on e-SIDES and our Community Position Paper was delivered by Daniel Bachlechner during the session.

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"Towards Value-centric Big Data: Community Position Paper" Daniel Bachlechner, e-SIDES @ IFIP Summer School on Privacy and Identity Management 2019

  1. 1. Towards Value-Centric Big Data: Community Position Paper Daniel Bachlechner, Fraunhofer IFIP Summer School on Privacy and Identity Management 23 August 2019 Source:http://www.experian.com.cn/en/insights/big-data-and-chinas-social-credit-score
  2. 2. e-Sides Ethical and Societal Implications of Data Sciences 2 Key questions What is e-SIDES doing for value- centric big data? What’s the Community Position Paper and how does it help? Who is the community and how can it contribute? What do we already have and what are the next steps?
  3. 3. Who is the community and how can it contribute? e-Sides Ethical and Societal Implications of Data Sciences 3 What is e-SIDES doing for value- centric big data? What’s the Community Position Paper and how does it help? What do we already have and what are the next steps? Key questions
  4. 4. e-Sides Ethical and Societal Implications of Data Sciences 4 What is e-SIDES doing... 1) Identify ethical and societal issues 2) Identify existing technologies 3) Assess existing technologies 4) Conduct a gap analysis 5) Identify design requirements 6) Assess solutions under development 7) Identify implementation barriers 8) Make recommendations What?  Liaise with researchers, business leaders, policy makers and civil society through community events  Provide an Internet-based meeting place for discussion, learning and networking  Provide an agreed-upon and collective community position paper and recommendations How? Why?  Reach a common vision for an ethically sound approach to big data and facilitate responsible research and innovation in the field  Improve the dialogue between stakeholders and the confidence of citizens towards big data technologies and data markets
  5. 5. 5 Data-driven innovation that at the same time provides opportunities for economic added value and respects ethical and societal values Source:https://www.npd.com/wps/portal/npd/us/news/press-releases/2016/over-80-of-... ...for value- centric big data?
  6. 6. Who is the community and how can it contribute? e-Sides Ethical and Societal Implications of Data Sciences 6 What is e-SIDES doing for value- centric big data? What’s the Community Position Paper and how does it help? What do we already have and what are the next steps? Key questions
  7. 7. 3) Challenges 1) Introduction 2) Stakeholders 4) Opportunities 7 What is the CPP... A document on responsible data-driven innovation written by and for the big data community Structure 5) Conclusion
  8. 8.  Indicates where action is needed  Documents good practices  Provides a basis for decision making  Drives a lively debate 8 Source:https://www.k12insight.com/trusted/one-teacher-empowers-students-handshake ...and how does it help?
  9. 9. e-Sides Ethical and Societal Implications of Data Sciences 9 What is e-SIDES doing for value- centric big data? What’s the Community Position Paper and how does it help? Who is the community and how can it contribute? What do we already have and what are the next steps? Key questions
  10. 10. 10 Source:https://www.score.org/blog/how-conduct-%E2%80%9Csmart%E2%80%9D-meetings Who is the community... Industry Academia Policy makers Standardsbodies Trade associations Investors Civil society Data protection authorities
  11. 11. 11 Source:https://leadg2.thecenterforsalesstrategy.com/book ...and how can it contribute?  Online by using a collaborative platform provided by e-SIDES  Offline by interacting with the team within the scope of community events
  12. 12. 12 Contribute now!  Editors constantly integrate suggestions into the paper  The community is informed about significant changes  Anonymous suggestions are possible  To be named as contributor, sign in with a Google Account
  13. 13. Who is the community and how can it contribute? e-Sides Ethical and Societal Implications of Data Sciences 13 What is e-SIDES doing for value- centric big data? What’s the Community Position Paper and how does it help? What do we already have and what are the next steps? Key questions
  14. 14. 14 What do we already have... Challenges Opportunities 3) Issues related to legal compliance and ethics 1) Differences in attitudes and contexts 2) Empowerment vs. cognitive overload 4) Difficulties of conducting assessments 3) Reference points of accountability 1) Awareness raising and transparency 2) Tools of accountability 4) Bodies and mechanisms of oversight
  15. 15. 15 What do we already have... Challenges 3) Issues related to legal compliance and ethics 1) Differences in attitudes and contexts 2) Empowerment vs. cognitive overload 4) Difficulties of conducting assessments  Extreme positions are taken  Privacy protection is a standard business practice  Requirements are highly context-specific  Lack of expertise is not uncommon
  16. 16. 16 What do we already have... Challenges 3) Issues related to legal compliance and ethics 1) Differences in attitudes and contexts 2) Empowerment vs. cognitive overload 4) Difficulties of conducting assessments  Complexity and dynamics make assessing implications difficult  Getting people to exercise their rights requires great effort  Less involvement in data management tasks preferred
  17. 17. 17 What do we already have... Challenges 3) Issues related to legal compliance and ethics 1) Differences in attitudes and contexts 2) Empowerment vs. cognitive overload 4) Difficulties of conducting assessments  Law and ethics lag behind technological developments  Compliance leads to regional differences  Technologies have to be embedded in organisational processes and structures  No consensus on what is ethical
  18. 18. 18 What do we already have... Challenges 3) Issues related to legal compliance and ethics 1) Differences in attitudes and contexts 2) Empowerment vs. cognitive overload 4) Difficulties of conducting assessments  Unclear which questions to ask  Assessment approaches do not consider all relevant sources  Lack of suitable bodies of oversight  Low demand for privacy-friendly and ethical solutions
  19. 19. 19 What do we already have... Opportunities 3) Reference points of accountability 1) Awareness raising and transparency 2) Tools of accountability 4) Bodies and mechanisms of oversight  Involvement of users through collaborative platforms  Profit sharing through new business models  Cutting the middle man out  Provision of education and trainings
  20. 20. 1) Awareness raising and transparency 20 What do we already have... Opportunities 3) Reference points of accountability 2) Tools of accountability 4) Bodies and mechanisms of oversight  Validated ethical frameworks  Sector-specific standards covering ethical values  Certifications for ethics  Technology-embedded measures to control data  Ongoing risk assessments
  21. 21. 21 What do we already have... Opportunities 3) Reference points of accountability 1) Awareness raising and transparency 2) Tools of accountability 4) Bodies and mechanisms of oversight  Seizing the opportunities offered by new and amended legislation  Court cases are necessary to interpret new laws such as the GDPR  Ethical codes of conduct can be revisited
  22. 22. 22 What do we already have... Opportunities 3) Reference points of accountability 1) Awareness raising and transparency 2) Tools of accountability 4) Bodies and mechanisms of oversight  Strong and independent bodies of oversight are needed  Ability to judge and power to act based on judgement  Systematic monitoring of ethics  Need to be able to inspect data- oriented products and services
  23. 23.  The organisation of further community events is on the way  A stable draft of the paper will be ready in the end of September  The final document will be presented in mid-November 23 Source:https://www.marblespr.co.uk/news/walk-will-give-next-big-idea-legs-needs/attachment/... ...and what are the next steps?
  24. 24. 24 Source:https://epsrc.ukri.org/newsevents/events/pssatmeetingjul2015/ Upcoming events – FINAL CONFERENCE – mid-November 2019, Brussels
  25. 25. Thank you! @eSIDES_EU #privacyinbigdata eSIDES_EU info@e-sides.eu https://e-sides.eu/

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