Antti ‘Jogi’ Poikola

Programme lead MyData 2018

We have to embrace diversity to make MyData happen in large scale and to make it right. Businesses, legal experts, technologists and the societal thinkers are needed. MyData programme lead Antti ‘Jogi’ Poikola will help you to find your way to contribute in better digital future.

Business-Legal-Technical and Societal!


Antti ‘Jogi’ Poikola – Opening plenary


Advocate and experimenter of openness in society. Researcher at Aalto University, founding member of the MyData Global Network and Open Knowledge Finland association and trustee at the Sovrin Foundation.

Antti ‘Jogi’ Poikola is the programme lead of the MyData conferences, he is the main author for the MyData white paper published by the Finnish Ministry of Transport and Communications and currently he is preparing PhD thesis on the MyData movement.

I love to engage with the wide MyData community via Slack: http://mydata.org/slack

My Sessions

Opening Plenary

Main Stage

Conference opening in Helsinki! Gather to main stage to give the conference a very best start. Get advice from the organizers on how to get most out of the great three-days-two-cities event! Hear a motivated keynote! Learn the big picture – how is MyData positioned in the world? Business-Legal-Technical and Societal! Antti ‘Jogi’ Poikola, MyData […]

Main Stage

Rights or Ownership?


The “MyData Big Words Fishbowl discussions” build deeper shared understanding on one of the most profound questions in MyData discourse: should we speak about “ownership of one’s data” or is “rights to one’s data”? What are the implications of using one or the other? The session starts with introductory presentation research findings on consumer attitudes […]


Cities Driving for European MyData Roadmap


For centuries cities and more widely public actors have been tech-followers. Indeed, in most cases the technology innovations have been emerging from the private sector, and the cities doubted first of their relevance before embarking on a late and timid adoption. But the time has changed! Towards a European Roadmap for MyData Hervé Groléas, CIO […]