Anna Slomovic, PhD
Anna Slomovic spent her career at the intersection of public policy, technology and business operations. She is a privacy consultant and scholar, whose professional interests focus on the ways in which new technologies and new analytic methodologies affect individual autonomy and power relationships between individuals, businesses, governments and civil society.
Data from many contexts is relevant to health. Digital medical records, wearable health and fitness trackers and a variety of apps allow the creation and analysis of rich data sets that link physical characteristics, behavior, and health. They also raise profound concerns about privacy, security, individual autonomy and ethics.
Digital identity credentials are becoming ubiquitous as more of our lives move into digital environments. These credentials require us to rethink what constitutes identity and how they affect our privacy, security and autonomy.