When it comes to the privacy and identity market, which companies are getting funding and where are the opportunities for entrepreneurs and investors in the space? At this year’s pii2014 conference in Silicon Valley, Privacy Identity Innovation co-founder Natalie Fonseca hosted a discussion about where the market is heading with Kristina Kerr Bergmann of Ignition Partners, Eva Ho of Susa Ventures, Ann Miura-Ko of FLOODGATE and Lani Cossette of the Data & Society Research Institute.
Watch video of their November 12th pii2014 session below:
Making Sense of the Market for “pii” Products & Services from Privacy Identity Innovation on Vimeo.
What is Bitcoin and what does it have to do with privacy, identity and innovation? Earlier this month at the pii2014 conference in Silicon Valley, Bitcoin expert Constance Choi moderated a conversation about the popular cryptocurrency with digital rights attorney Marcia Hofmann and Gliph CEO Rob Banagale.
Watch video of their November 12th discussion below:
pii and Bitcoin from Privacy Identity Innovation on Vimeo.
“Big data” may have become a buzzword, but there is no denying that the topic is top of mind and there are important questions surrounding the ethics of data collection and usage. At this year’s Privacy Identity Innovation conference, we were fortunate to have three experts who tackled some of those issues in a discussion that took place the morning of November 13th.
Jim Adler, Metanautix’s vice president, products and chief privacy officer, moderated the session and the panelists included Alvaro Bedoya, executive director of the Center for Privacy and Technology at Georgetown Law, and Karen Levy, a fellow at the Data and Society Research Institute and a postdoctoral associate at NYU School of Law.
Watch their pii2014 session below:
The Business & Ethics of (Big) Data: Algorithims, Analytics and Autonomy from Privacy Identity Innovation on Vimeo.
Union Square Ventures managing partner Brad Burnham joined Techdirt founder Mike Masnick for a conversation about the “Paradox of Data Sharing” at this year’s Privacy Identity Innovation conference in Silicon Valley. How can we benefit from collective intelligence without giving up our sense of privacy or our agency over our data?
Watch video of their November 13th pii2014 session:
The Paradox of Data Sharing from Privacy Identity Innovation on Vimeo.
Knightscope is a Silicon Valley startup that is developing an end-to-end technology solution to predict and prevent crime using a combination of large-scale robotics, predictive analytics and social engagement. Knightscope founder and CEO William Santana Li joined pii2014 co-founder Natalie Fonseca on stage at Privacy Identity Innovation on November 12th for a conversation about his company’s K5 autonomous robot.
Watch video of the session below:
Predicting and Preventing Crime with Autonomous Robots from Privacy Identity Innovation on Vimeo.