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A lot of the efforts in privacy from the big tech companies is probably more PR than reality right now. But it's pr… https://t.co/QyzRAYS9o1
16th January, 2019
There are so many pressing problems that are affecting us now, that worrying about the Singularity and robot overlo… https://t.co/EL0e2eqlVX
16th January, 2019
#Amazon makes book recommendations by identifying rating/activity clusters, and can use those to infer for other ca… https://t.co/foVEbDJ4Mn
16th January, 2019
Differential privacy can be used to obscure individual data by adding noise but in aggregate, the data is accurate… https://t.co/uihujhQgwA
16th January, 2019
It's illegal to ask people their race in many contexts. But there are many proxies for race, such as postal/zip cod… https://t.co/Q0OWzIpTpr
15th January, 2019
Should you allow your data to be used in analysis that may cause you harm? Depends on whether outcome would have… https://t.co/lzQTjaXVcL
15th January, 2019
Public key cryptography is a massive success. Taking the average of aggregate data may obscure individual informat… https://t.co/GAlGFdkNTt
15th January, 2019
Any definition of anonymity is fundamentally flawed because once you have any information, you can triangulate an i… https://t.co/Gfxoi3czb5
15th January, 2019
A lot of books identify the problems with AI from perspectives of fairness and other terms that remain undefined.… https://t.co/pX8gMmhhkH
15th January, 2019