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Proponents dispel idea that artificial intelligence tools are in conflict with data minimization

December 03, 2018 |
Mariam Baksh
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Reacting to the latest high-profile breach, policy makers are highlighting data minimization for ensuring consumer privacy and data security, and while the practice is often weighed against potential benefits of data-hungry artificial intelligence technology, AI professionals say the description of such a tradeoff presents a false choice and note existing practices -- and a role for government -- in protecting consumers.

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