The Data Economics Festival 2021

How the confluence of digital data and economics is transforming the world around us

The Data Economics Festival 2021 -- An Introduction

The Data Economics Festival 2021 -- An Introduction

The Data Economics Festival brings together scientists, technologists, experts, researchers, forward-thinkers, and others exploring the intersection of digital data and economics, and on the path to to developing Data Economic applications addressing opportunities and challenges in their sector or industry. This deck serves as an introduction to the various themes and topics being explored at the Data Economics Festival by our community of thought-leaders.

FESTIVAL SESSION ARCHIVE

FESTIVAL SESSION ARCHIVE

The Data Economics Festival 2021 convened thought leaders, executives, scientists, investors, and media across five days of conversation on how the intersection of digital data and value, brought together in the science of Data Economics, creates new possibilities for solving society’s most vexing problems through fewer information asymmetries and better alignment of incentives. Featuring science, policy, intellectual exchange, and special music, art, and entertainment events, The Data Economics Company and its partners were excited to bring this conversation to the forefront, celebrating the curiosity we all have around making the world a better place through innovation and technology.

MONDAY, APRIL 19th

MONDAY, APRIL 19th

The Data Economics Festival kicks off on Monday, April 19 with an opening session on the tension between Data Privacy and Personalized Medicine and includes sessions on Regulatory and Compliance factors in Digital and Data Assets as well as the philosophical and social science implications of Data Economics as expressed by Outcomes, Value, and Digital Data.

TUESDAY, APRIL 20th

TUESDAY, APRIL 20th

The schedule for Tuesday, April 20, starts off with a session on how Data Economics and incentives can support self-driven and self-directed education, includes a look on financial derivative products backed by data and faciliated by Data Economics Operating Systems, and wraps up with a special presentation by Jack McCullough based on his forthcoming book on how executives can survive working for a psycopathic CEO.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21st

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21st

The sessions on Wednesday, April 21 have a focus on leveraging data and applications of Data Economics in the health sciences field, from market access for new high-cost therapies to distributed data and federated analytics as applied to COVID, medical imaging, and more. A special session on applications of Intellectual Property law for digital and data assets covers cutting-edge legal questions in the field, and we cap off the night with our first Happy Hour session of the week: a mixology lesson and Cocktail Hour with the CFO.

THURSDAY, APRIL 22nd

THURSDAY, APRIL 22nd

Thursday April 22nd is Earth Day, and we start the morning talking about how data can enable tracking and verification in Smallholder Regenerative Agriculture. Other sessions cover the Future of the Gig Economy, Value and Outcomes Based Agreements for BioPharma, a Policy Update from our correspondents in Washington, DC, and two fun afternoon and evening sessions as we continue our special Happy Hour activities: A golf clinic with a NorCal PGA Pro and a live Sing-Along with rock musician Tommy Ciccone of South Lake Tahoe.

FRIDAY, APRIL 23rd

FRIDAY, APRIL 23rd

Friday, April 24, wraps up the live sessions of the Data Economics Festival with a few spotlight sessions in Finance and Fintech covering Embedded Finance and Investing in Data, as well as a session on Sustainable Building and the untapped potential for data generated by homes and other buildings.

The Lydion Data Economics Festival featured experts from:

World Economic Forum • World Food Programme • Smallholder Farmers Alliance • University of Oxford • Columbia University • Yale University • Bristol Myers-Squibb • Pfizer • Techstars • Microsoft • Alnylam • Coeus • Disney • SEC (Former) • CFTC (Former) • AlphaFlow • Venmo • MedAnswers • N of One • Braithwate • Skywalk Capital • Swirl Music • Ferdinand IP Law Group