Project manager at Datafund
Črt works on the Datafund project, looking to enable a seamless and consent based personal data exchange between individuals and organizations.
He has experience in the IT sector, working on projects developing solutions for the healthcare sector. This work has convinced him that a solution for portability of personal health records and other health related data is urgently needed.
Worked as an analyst at a market research company, programming solutions in the R language. Doing a PhD in statistics, motivated by the influx of wearable devices recording physiological data. An avid Quantified selfer, he has organised community meetups in Slovenia.
Found about MyData while researching the personal data landscape and was immediately convinced : also hosts a MyData hub in Slovenia – join!
We will start with a lightning talk presenting how GDPR’s Right for Data Portability has been implemented by service providers in the newspapers and journal industry. After setting the scene, the remaining part of the session will be ‘hands-on’ and interactive, involving participants into evaluating current tools usability, provide feedback and recommendation for the next […]
In this session, the Open Data Institute team will share insights into their work on how to increase access to data, while retaining trust. As well as the opportunities presented by increasing access to data – such as through effective data portability initiatives – it will also explore the challenges we will collectively need to […]
This session will focus on the technical aspects of data portability. We will present possible ways of implementing data portability as well as demonstrate existing use cases for transferring data from one provider to another. Finally, we will present a common framework for enabling portability of personal data and turning it into an opportunity for […]