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Machine learning as a service: Can privacy be taught?

Machine learning requires massive amounts of data to teach the model. But we’re often uploading that data to machine learning cloud services run by folks like Amazon and Google, where it might be exposed to malicious actors. Can we use machine-learning-as-service and protect privacy?

In a recent paper, Chiron: Privacy-preserving Machine Learning as a Service Tyler Hunt, of the University of Texas, and others, presents a system that preserves privacy while enabling the use of cloud MLaaS.

Source: Machine learning as a service: Can privacy be taught? | ZDNet

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