Mozilla is hosting a panel discussion on how to perform User Personalization while maintaining a user's privacy; covering the technical, ethical and philosophical aspects of the topic.
(More Speakers TBA)
Wendy Davis, Writer at MediaPost specializing in Privacy & Behavioral Advertising
Chris Maliwat, former director of PM for Personalization at Netflix, former Senior Manager of Tailored Shopping Experiences at eBay, currently head of PM at SkillShare.
David Sontag, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at NYU
Slobodan Vucetic, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Temple U.
How can we (mathematically/philosophically) represent users intent/interest?
What information should companies be privy to? Where do we draw the line? What is acceptable personalization?
How high level or granular should the information be?
What industry trends do you foresee?