The HAT Community Foundation responds to the remit of the centre, it’s activities, roles and objectives, and why we believe the remit of the centre should be widened, as well as our recommendations for the centre’s priorities and activities.
CZ Investments, a government-backed scaleup fund in China has partnered with us to invest in HAT-based startups, tapping HATDeX cofounder Xiao Ma to sit on their investment board
Entering the AI arms race to challenge Watson, Alexa, and Google the HAT proposes machine learning that can come from any data scientist in the world and run privately on a person’s most intimate data — their memories, health records, spending, and locations. Technology to answer to the centralization of companies, and any software limitations of blockchains.
University of Surrey announces £498k awarded for research projects seeking to improve data privacy across digital platforms using HATs
HAT Data Exchange Ltd (HATDeX), operator of the Hub of All Things (HAT) micro-server, has welcomed two new global executives to its advisory board. Tolga Uzuner is a global technology investor and former Partner at Apollo Global Management LLC, and Alan Greenberg is a former Director of Apple Education EMEA and Asia.
WMG at the University of Warwick have secured £1.2m grant funding from the Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC) to explore how decentralisation, personal data, and our Internet-connected possessions come together on the Hub of all Things (HAT) platform.
This white paper from HAT Data Exchange comes about in a response to heightened digital dependency in human lives and the technological solution of private “microserver” data accounts.
From mirrors to selfies: protecting children’s data for personalised learning and future growth
A joint white paper by UCL Institute of Education, HAT Community Foundation and WMG, University of Warwick on children’s data for personalised learning.
Response on Passport for Life
The above response is a response based on mapping the challenges described by the call issued by the Careers and Enterprise UK at http://www.careersandenterprise.co.uk/news/can- you-help-us-create-passport-life
The HAT Community Foundation Asia responds to Singapore Personal Data Protection Commission consultation exercise
Consultation link: https://www.pdpc.gov.sg/legislation-and-guidelines/public-consultations