Data Rights Foundations

Data Rights Foundations
Data Rights Foundations
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 0h 35m | 122 MB

The main driver of the technological revolution isn’t artificial intelligence or machine learning. It’s data: data about people like us. So what rights do you have to your own data? What responsibilities do businesses and other institutions have in protecting and respecting those rights? This course helps everyone from laypersons to data science and business professionals understand and move forward in one of the most important issues of our time: In a world driven by data, who owns this valuable resource? Analyst Martin Kemka, a specialist in machine learning and applied AI, helps you understand your rights and how to protect them. He also helps those who work with data understand their responsibilities, including the global policies guiding AI research and applications.

Topics include:

  • What are data rights?
  • How can they be monitored?
  • How can they be questioned?
  • Global policies around data rights
  • Data types
  • Data tracking
  • Data protection and security
Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Overview of data rights
2 What you should know

Introduction
3 What are data rights
4 How can they be monitored
5 How can they be questioned
6 Challenge Research local policy
7 Solution Research local policy

Global Policies
8 Global best practice
9 Common examples
10 Common formats
11 Request process
12 Challenge Intercontinental policy
13 Solution Intercontinental policy

Data Types and Data Rights
14 Data elements
15 Data tracking
16 Challenge Format details
17 Solution Format details

Data Protection and Security
18 Protection from data leaks
19 Security practices
20 Challenge Research protection sites
21 Solution Research protection sites

Conclusion
22 Actions you can take