Wednesday, February 26, 2020 at 6:00:00 PM Artisan Technology Group 9201 Ward Pkwy #200, Kansas City, MO

When we think about data privacy, it is easy to focus on social media platforms as the primary protagonists (or villains) in the relationship between people and behaviors. In truth, nearly every industry has been actively transforming itself to maximize the economic value hiding in our digital identities. This session explores the reach and value of that hidden data and presents several long-term scenarios for the relationship among technology, regulatory policy, digital property rights and ethics frameworks for data science practices.

Presented by:

Jason Anderson
Head of Research


Jason Anderson is an entrepreneurially-minded thinker, speaker and technologist with more than 20 years of experience in the software, technology and entertainment industries. He currently serves as head of research at UnitedMasters, a music tech platform for independent artists.

Anderson has started and operated multiple companies in his career, including Datagame, an online survey gamification platform; and Insights Meta, a media research and analytics consultancy. He also managed consumer insights at Amazon Game Studios and Blizzard Entertainment and led business intelligence teams at Microsoft Xbox. He also led the consulting practice at International Development Group, a boutique agency catering to the needs of the interactive entertainment industry.

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