Reinvigorating trust in the data market
In recent years, the data market has been flourishing. A sharp downfall in trust towards platforms considered secure and privacy-aware, however, has hampered the market. This lack of trust has hit the data economy hard by limiting its resources to open data. This downfall is likely to continue if technical standards are not adopted. The EU-funded TRUSTS project aims to reinstate trust previously placed in the data market by developing a new platform using the experiences of two large national projects while also allowing the future introduction of newer platforms. The project plans to use this platform as a platform federator and start a thorough investigation into the ethics of the data market.
Fields of science
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Funding SchemeIA - Innovation action