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NIH awards contracts to develop innovative digital health technologies for COVID-19

IBM will provide digital health solutions based on decentralized identiy technologies including open-source (hyperledger) and open standards (w3c) to the National Institutes of Health. This will help address the COVID-19 pandemic in human-centric way.

W3C Secure Data Store Standard

Specification to establish a foundational layer for secure data storage (including personal data), specifically data models for storage and transport, syntax, data at rest protection, CRUD API, access control, synchronization, and at least a minimum viable HTTP-based interface compatible with W3C DIDs/VCs.

Why the Data Economy Needs Standards to Thrive (Video: 3:26min)

Although not visible or understood by the average customer, standards keep the economy running. Standards describe and define the importance of a process, product, service or system. Standards provide a level playing field for industry and help build trust between participants in supply chains. Read more about this at the Centre for International Governance Innovation.

Open-source standard data profiles and personal data licenses

Prifina has today released an open standard data profile and other developer tools in the open-source GitHub repository called “Liberty. Equality. Data.


問題列表
Standards for MyData Data Models

Who knows best about the status of standards for MyData data model(s) and about any existing open standards? Inputs so far are about Data Types from @harrihoo, the Kantara initiative from @Lal Chandran, and the JLINC Lab from @Iain.

Minimum Standard for a MyData Operator

I’m interested in the MyData Operator concept. Particularly interested in the minimum viable protocol that would be required to make person switching from one operator to another seamless. In cases where the person wants to be their own operator, will there be open source code that implements the minimum standards to support that?

Global Initiative to Standardize Fairness in the Trade of Data

'A collaboration to develop a standards framework governing the fair trade of human and personal data' - Anyone familiar with this?

Looking for a standardised way to categorise services

Has anyone needed to add categories for a list of services? (Ie. Finance/Banking, Retail, Transportation, etc.) Trying to see if there's a standardised way to categorise services - if you have any pointers let me know.

@pknowles responded with pointing to the Global Industry Classification Standard.