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Artificial intelligence, data protection and the future of inventions

In 1997, chess champion Garry Kasparov lost his reign to supercomputer Deep Blue. At that time, many felt Deep Blue’s victory was nothing more than a marketing strategy. Kasparov himself vented that such a victory could have been rigged.

What does this mean for science and the protection of personal data? Will machines equipped with AI be the drivers of the future and threaten privacy?

Source: Artificial intelligence, data protection and the future of inventions

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