Audio producer & studio manager at Metropolitan New York Library Council
Molly Schwartz is an Audio Producer and Studio Manager at the Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO). She does freelance reporting on tech and society, and she is also the host and producer of METRO’s podcast, Library Bytegeist. She has worked in digital accessibility and data analytics for the Library of Congress, the U.S. State Department, and the Helsinki Institute for Information Technology. She first moved to Finland in 2014 as a Fulbright grantee at the Aalto University Media Lab, and she started working with the MyData team three years ago as a researcher and community relations manager.
Molly also is the host of MyData Podcast, listen here!
For who? Everyone interested in data, society, technology Let’s allow computers listen and read all of our words, and use machine learning to lessen hate and fear. Peace Machine is a creation and legacy of professor Timo Honkela, a powerful concept of using AI in peace building. How machine learning technologies and personal “My AI” […]
For who? Everyone interested in data, society, technology Linnet Taylor will summarise the most important findings of the conference in relation to the central themes of MyData, and to the overall aim of creating usable, fair and just systems for a datafied society. Linnet Taylor is Assistant Professor of Data Ethics, Law and Policy at […]
Roughly 30 years of history of web has shown that many things did not turn out quite as imagined in the early days. What are the key questions for the next thirty years? Security & Privacy Expert Mikko Hyppönen from F-Secure will reflect the history of web, what kind of expectations there has been and […]
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 […]
In this session we will hear from the conference partners how they are making the new human centric personal data reality. The slogan for MyData conferences and the global community is “Make it happen, make it right”. The future practices around personal data management should become sustainable from business perspective as well as distinctively different […]
For who? Privacy advocates, Personal Information Management Systems community, Compliance Officers, CEOs and CDOs At the moment we are not in control of our digital identities as we have given them to giant companies like Facebook and Google – or governments. Kaliya Young, better known as Identity woman, explains how we, the people, could gain […]