This article is about what it says it is and quotes me. CoinTelegraph, Women Changing Face of Enterprise Blockchain
I was quoted in this article about Tim Berner’s Lee and the Solid Project.
….“No one will argue with the direction,” said Liam Broza, a founder of LifeScope, an open-source data project. “He’s on the right side of history. But is what he’s doing really going to work?”
Others say the Solid-Inrupt technology is only part of the answer. “There is lots of work outside Tim Berners-Lee’s project that will be vital to the vision,” said Kaliya Young, co-chair of the Internet Identity Workshop, whose members focus on digital identity.
Last Year Molly Swartz a reporter who I first met via the MyData community talked to me about doing a profile and Wired UK said yes!
The article ran in their print edition and online. You can read here Wired UK and regular Wired.
I think it does a good job of reflecting the work that I have done and where we are now with these emerging technologies. It simplifies my journey to get to where I am now there is more to it and more nuance but for a 2 page article its fine.
CoinDesk has a series that it is publishing that looks at different potential futures Internet 2030. One of them is Optimistic because Self-Sovereign Identity and Data Empowerment systems become mainstream and change the balance of power and dynamics in play with big tech.
For Self-Sovereign Identity Explained, Jeff Wilser interviewed several experts including me and I’m quoted in near the bottom of the article.