Posts Tagged ‘privacy’

Injecting noise: students build tools to protect individual privacy from artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence is giving companies unprecedented insights into our personal information. Can individuals protect their privacy by using applications that add fake data to our online behavior? Recently, the credit-reporting agency EquiFax leaked the social security numbers for almost half of all Americans, causing much anxiety about privacy. But there may be an even larger…

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Keeping it Personal: Machine Learning Meets EgoVid

  According to IBM, the cognitive computing market size presents a $2 trillion dollar opportunity over the next decade. One of the biggest components of this metric falls into the category of machine learning. While many have been using it as an overarching term to refer to a myriad of technological advancements and applications, visionary…

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