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Designing experiences for the personal data box

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Presentation given to MyData 2016 - Design session: Challenges, opportunities, insights @ Helsinki http://mydata2016.org/session/design-session-part-2/

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Designing experiences for the personal data box

  1. 1. Designing experiences for the personal data box Pierrick Thébault, PhD Lead Designer @Qwant Photo credit: NASA/MSFC @flickr/nasamarshall/10697617664
  2. 2. About me 2MyData2016 – Design session Past
  3. 3. About me Today
  4. 4. The data economy
  5. 5. $$ 5MyData2016 – Design session Companies I want to be transparent about the data I collect What can I do with my data? How can I fill the gaps in my data? I’m afraid what my customers will say if… Individuals I want to know what data is collected Can I download my data? Can I offer, trade or sell my data? I want to decide how the data will be used
  6. 6. Design issues of personal data collection The ability to collate, inspect and reflect on “our” data, so we can understand what data is being collected and how it is being processed. Legibility The ability to control and manage “our” data and access to it, so we can have the capacity to act effectively in these systems as we see fit. The ability to continually navigate our way through the ways that data is social in construction and use (consider how little of “your” data concerns only you and no-one else). Agency Negotiability Personal Data: Thinking Inside the Box H Haddadi, H Howard, A Chaudhry, J Crowcroft… - arXiv preprint, 2015 - arxiv.org 6MyData2016 – Design session
  7. 7. The invisible market place §  Data remain in silos §  Industry-driven market place §  Advantages to big corporations §  Asymmetry of information Approaches towards a data economy 7MyData2016 – Design session Utilities Transportations Bank Insurance Telcos GAFA Ad providers Empowerment:
  8. 8. The trusted third party Approaches towards a data economy 8MyData2016 – Design session Utilities Transportations Bank Insurance Telcos GAFA Ad providers §  Virtual centralization of data §  Consortium-driven marketplace §  Depends on the size of the ecosystem §  Better awareness on how much data is being collected and how it might be used Empowerment:
  9. 9. The personal data box Approaches towards a data economy 9MyData2016 – Design session §  Data is centralized §  User-driven market place §  Requires a shift of paradigm and new infrastructures §  Total transparency and control over the data Utilities Banks Telco providersTransportations Governments Researchers Marketing agencies ? ? ? + + Empowerment:
  10. 10. The personal data box
  11. 11. The personal data box : pure data management approach 11MyData2016 – Design session Files Data base APIs Dashboard Privacy management APIs Personal storage
  12. 12. The personal data box : local versus remote 12MyData2016 – Design session §  Pervasive §  More secure §  No maintenance
  13. 13. The personal data box : local versus remote 13MyData2016 – Design session §  Situated §  Local connectivity
  14. 14. The personal data box : a variety of candidates Modem & set-top-boxes Networked hard-drives Internet of Things hubs Virtual assistants DYI home servers 14MyData2016 – Design session
  15. 15. The personal data box : why not both? 15MyData2016 – Design session and
  16. 16. Beyond storage and privacy management
  17. 17. Beyond storage: towards a personal information sphere Files Data base APIs Dashboard + applications ! APIs 17MyData2016 – Design session Privacy managementPersonal storage
  18. 18. Privacy management File storage Data base APIs Dashboard + applications 18MyData2016 – Design session Augmented products & sensors APIs Personal storage Situated services & interactions Beyond storage: towards augmented environments
  19. 19. Past research (2011-2013) Embodying services into physical places: Toward the design of a mobile environment browser Pierrick Thebault · Dominique Decotter · Mathieu Boussard · Monique Lu EnvB: An Environment-based Mobile Browser for the Web of Things Pierrick Thébault · Mathieu Boussard · Monique Lu · Cédric Mivielle · Simon Richir First workshop on interacting with smart objects, Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI), Stanford University, USA; 02/2011 Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems 07/2013; 3(2) 19
  20. 20. a /plugnplay/ platform… 20
  21. 21. …to /connect/ physical places. 21
  22. 22. …to /connect/ physical places. 22
  23. 23. /sense/ noise temperature presence a platform to… 23
  24. 24. /analyze/ activity attendance events a platform to… 24
  25. 25. /publicize/ characteristics history stories a platform to… 25
  26. 26. Enabling the vision... 26
  27. 27. Enabling the vision... 27
  28. 28. Designing new experiences
  29. 29. A continuous experience 35MyData2016 – Design session At home
  30. 30. A continuous experience 36MyData2016 – Design session At home On the go
  31. 31. A continuous experience 37MyData2016 – Design session At a restaurantAt home On the go
  32. 32. A continuous experience 38MyData2016 – Design session At a restaurantAt home On the go
  33. 33. A continuous experience 39MyData2016 – Design session At a restaurantAt home On the go
  34. 34. A need for privacy-enhancing search technologies 40MyData2016 – Design session At home On the go At a restaurant Search Search
  35. 35. A need for privacy-enhancing search technologies 41MyData2016 – Design session At home On the go At a restaurant Search Search Search
  36. 36. Thank you! p.thebault@qwant.com @regarde

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