Paul Event Notes

If we want to shape the common sense five or ten years from now what will be considered relevant?

People become the owners and agents over their own data. The Great Hack. Fair use, data economy. An ethical data operations on a global scale, with a decentralized system, fair european data economy, we’re currently colonized - europe only has 3% market share

Data economy there are 4 models: Lanlard: you’re money is worth up to 20.000 euros (??). Three other models, like in barcelona, NGI calls it decode. They consider data to be common good of a city or community. There are 4 different types of these data economy model

Mymobility, own your data. People are not really aware that they can manage their own data. Energy and transportation has the east sensitive data.

Inform the civil society and create new business model

What will general principles about what we consider good or bad look like or work in practice?

What is something you are struggling with? What is out there to make our own biases less visible to the algorithms?

How can we get emotionally engaged into the ai discussion? What do you want to push against? Where are injustices related coming out of this?

in terms of mobilization and justice, perception of the actions and reactions of justice. We’ve seen the same thing playing out in different places for different reasons. Obvious injustice - the link between the situation and the AI land where this is scaled up. What happens when it scales up?

Why are we putting the wellbeing of people behind proprietary systems?

If actors say they need algorithms: why?

**What are the reasons people are unable to act upon algorithmic issues in society? **

**Where is the space in which humans can have agency? **

We have a lot of things like roads with are public, you can’t make a private road and make it public. But for some reason, we don’t have the same idea about data, and why not?