Thursday, March 24 • 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Future Workflow Ecosystems and User Digital Identity

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Emerging from the IoT is the need for Users to take control of their own Digital Identity; particularly if their career follows a multi-employer, multi-industry path. Future workflow systems will inter-operate through a corridor of security and verification algorithms. Who are you? What role do you have? What value do you bring to this transaction? What output do you seek?

In addition, our personal identity within the data-server cloud will eventually do things on our behalf. It will make decisions, interpret rules, and provide high level recommendations for us to make decisions. What to input? What to share? What to withhold? What information to verify before a connection is made at all?

This presentation describes some early Thomson Reuters research into end-state transactional workflow ecosystems and the importance of giving the User insights from their behavior as well as control on what should be tracking, shared and/or controlled.

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Martin Hyndman

Director, Research Technology Programs, Thomson Reuters
Research and Development (R&D) is a key function in Thomson Reuters that serves the advanced technology needs of our global businesses in areas such as information retrieval, document categorization, social computing, usage and predictive analytics. My focus is on balancing our project... Read More →

Thursday March 24, 2016 1:45pm - 2:30pm
2) MSL 235 (Law 2nd floor)

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