Anastassia shows how Europe can rethink their digital agenda while recognizing the value of data, introducing Data IDs for consumers and businesses, committing to support innovation in decentralized data technologies, as well as introducing concepts of Data Trusts and compulsory education around data starting from the early school age. She emphasizes the necessity to develop and promote technologies to work with small data sets and handle data in compliance with privacy regulations, keeping in mind costs for the environment while bidding on big data and large-scale machine learning models. Last but not least, she demonstrates that true democratisation of AI is not feasible without fixing the data ownership and data handling issue. The nascent Web 3.0 seems to be the only way to empower for-profit and non-profit businesses and organisations to fully benefit from their digital assets.