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White House official: The need to balance privacy with benefits of Artificial Intelligence an unsolved problem

December 05, 2018 |
Mariam Baksh
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The White House official in charge of the administration's approach to developing artificial intelligence said privacy policy issues still must be worked out as the Trump administration and a wide variety of stakeholders look to AI as a key piece in solving the cybersecurity puzzle.

Lynne Parker, assistant director of artificial intelligence for the White House's Office of Science and Technology Policy, weighed in on the complicated landscape of cybersecurity implications for the technology -- alongside calls from industry supporters...

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