As people across the globe continue to adjust to implications of the global pandemic, the continued uncertainty elevates the necessity for trusted relationships. Beleivability and confidence between individuals, directly and indirectly through their devices, exists in a variety of contexts.
Many contexts require a trusted intermediary. This third-party mediates interactions, sitting between stakeholders. In some cases, these stakeholders are users of services or activities provided through digital platforms. In many cases, users contribute the data that creates the benefits they receive.
In all scenarios, trust is essential, and often technological tools are a key component for enabling those relationships, serving as a hub and adding algorithmic filters to deliver effective and cognitive security in mutually beneficial systems.
This series investigates tools, processes, and strategies that are helping to build trust across a variety of contexts.
In this session, Rafiq El Alami examines how UM6P in Morocco was able to position itself as a trusted intermediary, that mobilized all stakeholders, inside UM6P and across Morocco, to solve the current challenges we are facing.
Ajay Madhok and Drummond Reed, two digital identity architects, explore a new path to trusted intermediaries for an everything-connected world where our interactions are increasingly moving online.
In this session, Tina Hernandez-Boussard looks at how big data and advanced technologies play an increasingly significant role in our health and the healthcare we receive, paving the way for more efficient and equitable healthcare systems.
In this session, Keith Coleman and Ming Fu share how the science of well-being can help build resilience and strengths and gain much needed positive emotions in a time of uncertainty.