A thread that caused 'Friend of People First' - Adrian Gropper to write;
A talk that argues that most of the big data is being used to screw us and mentions data trusts as a possible solution. Data trusts are an immature concept but worth considering because it's one approach to decentralizing governance. Until we figure out data governance principles that are transparent and contextual to specific communities we should limit data aggregation by default and focus on personal agents and other fiduciaries.
It is interesting because on that very same day I received these words from another 'Friend of People First' and occasional colleague Daniel Szuc after he received my newsletter declaring Data is Energy.
Energy is energy. Climate is a result of energy misused. Environment is the outcome. What are the impacts on our environment today, inside people and in the outside environment people live in? What contributes to the health or toxicity of the environment? Data, understood deeply, should be used to contribute to the healthy environment ... yet ... how is it being used today?
Daniel Szuc and Josephine Wong
The answer, of course, is exactly what Adrian expressed above.
I am not usually slow in attacking the nature of business, but not sure the 'Anti-CEO' playbook is exactly the right angle here. That said Hamid Ulukaya's points are excellent. How he built Chobani is a fascinating story. And at one point I was very much reminded me of a couple of People First tenets.