Areas of use
There are countless possibilities in which data could be utilized and re-used. Browse through the ideas we've gathered so far.
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Areas of use
Contracting made easy
Problem: when you want to sign a contract with someone, you always have to provide personal information
Solution: no need to fill in these boxes manually, but just transfer credible personal data through the platform where the data will be verified immediately
Data source: government institutions, banks, electronic documents
Remote medical monitoring with smart devices
Problem: many times, you have to go back to the doctor to only show the data you measured about yourself during home treatments (e.g. blood sugar level or blood pressure)
Solution: it would be possible to constantly share the measured data with the physician, and the doctor would see if something went wrong and intervene, or, if everything is fine, say that there is no need to come in for a check-up
Data source: smart health devices
Simple and secure job application
Problem: you have to keep a certified copy of your highest level of education, and get a Police Clearance Report every time you apply for a new job
Solution: if the qualifications and the certificates could be handed over directly to the potential employer, it would make it easier for both parties. Moreover, if you allow, the employer can get a much deeper insight into your education, which can further increase confidence and trust and simplifies the hiring procedure
Data source: government institutions
Personalized insurance for health-conscious people
Problem: based on the average figures people are grouped into some life insurance categories, however, it is not taken into consideration if you are quite cautious about your health, for example, these people are less likely to develop critical illnesses, so they could be rewarded with better life insurance conditions
Solution: by regularly sharing sports activities, sleeping habits, and other fitness data, you can get not only a one-time advantage but also your risk score could be continuously improved, similarly to car insurance, your contract would fall into a better price category
Data source: Smart device data.
Remote coaching based on fitness data
Problem: there’s a lot of data that your smart devices measure about you, however people still can’t really understand them, and don’t know when or if they should act upon the data
Solution: if this data could simply be shared with a personal trainer or life counselor, you could subscribe for continuous remote monitoring/coaching, where your data would be analyzed and relevant advice would be offered for your growth
Data source: smart device data.
Career advice based on browsing history
Problem: different companies are mining a lot of information about you which they mainly use for aggressive selling, but it would be so great to use this information to determine what kind of job or hobby would suit you best
Solution: by purposefully providing your content consumption habits to a company dealing with profiling and psychology, you could get useful insights and suggestions on how to find a job with a particular orientation, for example, in management research or communications. These companies could create a regularly updating profile about you that would show your strengths, weaknesses, bring your attention to potential concentration and memory issues, and generally help you to know yourself better.
Data source: content consumption data, personal data
Dating based on data
Problem: when looking for a partner you might encounter a lot of false or misleading information, which makes it difficult to find a match
Solution: if you want to find a partner based on reliable data you should have an opportunity to exchange information, which comes from credible sources, and even receive a suggestion on who could be the right fit
Data source: banks, personal information, browsing history
Early detection of diseases
Problem: there are many diseases, mainly neurological, whose symptoms are easily recognizable and well treated at an early stage in children, but parents cannot always recognize the symptoms that might indicate a disease (e.g. autism, hyperactivity) or have to travel a lot to visit a specialist
Solution: if the data and records about a child could be shared with specialized researchers, certain diseases could be identified early without distracting the child with an artificial environment
Data source: data measured at home, personal recordings
Research on rare diseases
Problem: there are many diseases where life-style data could be very important: sleeping and eating habits, menstrual cycle or fitness data
Solution: if you could simply share your data for research purposes, you could make a significant contribution to society, to the development of new research results and new treatments
Data source: smart device data, fitness data
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