Data for Well-Being: A paradigm of awareness?

Placing data at the centre of everyday decisions requires changes in individual skills and attitudes, organizational structures, policies, and relationship amongst parties. These considerations bring the matter of human behaviour to the fore, as different societies and people within them would have varying views of it means to be data-driven, but everyone should ideally be free to make informed choices that meet their own definitions of well-being.

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