Intel released a paper on Privacy and Artificial Intelligence

During the 40th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners, Intel released a paper on Protecting Individuals’ Privacy and Data in the Artificial Intelligence World. Due to advances in computing power, data collection and analytics, many technologies are able to make autonomous determinations in near-real time – a capability that has implications for privacy. In its paper Intel makes six policy recommendations for privacy in the age of AI.

Source: Rethinking Privacy in the Age of AI – Policy@Intel

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