Inclusive Capitalism supporter: Personal Data Project
The Personal Data Project is a non-profit technology initiative from the Keith Institute. It advocates for a more inclusive capitalism through identifying methods for distributing equity through the ownership of our influential data. The initiative has fostered development of the NTGR8 software platform which allows every individual to integrate and host a free and secure copy of their personal data across 5 core formats: Social, Financial, Health, Location, and Insurance. Through modern database technologies like blockchain and analytics, the project is making the influence of personal data transparent for individuals and institutions alike. The initiative also supports the Personal Data Week in New York City which fosters cross-functional thought leadership from technical, legal, business, and political influencers.