Today society produces a huge amount of data each and everyday. In 2016, we generated 16.1 zettabytes of data and that number is expected to grow ten-fold by 2025. From healthcare, education, public transportation, technological innovation to urban planning, the growth of real-time data is significant in improving decision-making on many levels. Data is now a vital element of all aspects of our daily lives, not only for business operations but also for consumers, governments, and society at large. It is addressing a range of societal issues and creating a more prosperous, safer, and healthier future for the next generations. However, only a small fraction of data is analyzed. Many organizations have collected vast amounts of data just to let it sit dormant in silos. Furthermore, users who have access to the internet are losing the value of their own data to few centralized platforms.