Data Governance and semantics

Approaches and practices for efficient data management

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Paul Knowles

Decentralised Semantics

Abstract This presentation focuses on decentralised semantics and how the segregation of task-oriented objects within a standard layered architecture can provide a long-term solution for unifying a data language within (and between) distributed data ecosystems. From that lens, decentralised semantics is ontology-agnostic, offering a harmonisation solution between data models and data representati… more
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  • 07 Jun 2022

Philippe Page

Distributed Data Governance

👉 The presentation’s slides are accessible here. Abstract This presentation focuses on distributed governance and how a multi-stakeholder Data Governance Administration (DGA) provides the legal provision to assume responsibility for the consensual veracity of data transactions under its administrative control on behalf of the citizens and legal entities it serves. The role of a DGA aligns closely… more
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  • 07 Jun 2022

Robert Mitwicki

Decentralised Authentication

Abstract This presentation focuses on decentralised authentication and how a decentralised key management infrastructure, providing self-certifying identifier (SCID) issuance underpinned by one-way cryptographic functions, can offer information uniqueness from captured entropy. Furthermore, a decentralised authentication system must be ledger-agnostic, with its identifiers being interoperable acr… more
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  • 09 Jun 2022

Anwesha Sen Author

Paul Knowles Collaborator

Philippe Page Collaborator

Robert Mitwicki Collaborator

Human Colossus Foundation: Dynamic Data Economy

Dynamic Data Economy v1.0 The Human Colossus Foundation recently announced the release of its Dynamic Data Economy (DDE) v1.0 architecture, which includes the Principles and a Trust Infrastructure Stack as well as a rollout plan for a related suite of components: more
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  • 16 Aug 2022

Carly Huitema

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Research Identifier Ecosystem - a DID is a PID with Benefits

Researchers need to unambiguously identify things in a global context. Example systems of classification include the formal names of organisms, the naming of stars and other celestial objects, and bibliographic information to identify source materials. With the digitization of society, scientific research has moved forward with the adoption of numerous types of digital Persistent Identifiers (PID… more
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  • 07 Aug 2022

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