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“Data Trusts” Could Be the Key to Better AI

On Nov 11, 2020
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They allow organizations to pool data — while ensuring it’s used responsibly.

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On Nov 11, 2020
@RobMcCargow shared
“Data Trusts” Could Be the Key to Better #AI | by @zarkadakis for @HarvardBiz https://t.co/yBmVJ3pi6z
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“Data Trusts” Could Be the Key to Better AI

“Data Trusts” Could Be the Key to Better AI

They allow organizations to pool data — while ensuring it’s used responsibly.

Ethics and Responsibility within the data age

Ethics and Responsibility within the data age

The new data age has given us ethics and responsibilitoes with data. Read more regarding this on the AI & Big Data Expo's News Page.

Data trusts raise questions on privacy and governance

Data trusts raise questions on privacy and governance

New way to share sensitive information set to become a public policy battleground

Digital Ethics: Data is the new forklift

Digital Ethics: Data is the new forklift

Joanna Goodman reports from last week’s Digital ethics summit. Governments, national and international institutions and businesses must join forces to make sure that AI and emerging ...

Who should be responsible for protecting our personal data?

Who should be responsible for protecting our personal data?

Consumers and enterprises, technology leaders and governments: all of them emphasize the need for global cybersecurity. But while most agree this is an urgent priority, research shows that ...

Artificial Intelligence And Data Privacy – Turning A Risk Into A Benefit

Artificial Intelligence And Data Privacy – Turning A Risk Into A Benefit

Artificial intelligence applications are not open, and can put privacy at risk. The addition of good tools to address privacy for data being used by AI systems is an important early step in ...

Protecting privacy in an AI-driven world

Protecting privacy in an AI-driven world

Reviewing the policy options for privacy protection.

The growing ubiquity of algorithms in society: implications, impacts and innovations

The growing ubiquity of algorithms in society: implications, impacts and innovations

The growing ubiquity of algorithms in society raises a number of fundamental questions concerning governance of data, transparency of algorithms, legal and ethical frameworks for automated ...

Americans Don't Like Taking Europe's Lead, But They Might Have To On Data Privacy

Americans Don't Like Taking Europe's Lead, But They Might Have To On Data Privacy

With regards to data privacy, the US should follow Europe’s lead. As America grapples with data breaches, Europe has already constructed a global framework to ensure individual citizens a ...

Be Smart(er) about Data Collection

Be Smart(er) about Data Collection

Engage legal, compliance, and risk professionals to create an internal compliance system and culture grounded in these six data collection principles.

The laws protecting our data are too weak

The laws protecting our data are too weak

Do you want the people in charge of your email to also know how well you did on your last physical?

Post Executive Specialization Masterclasses on Data Protection

Post Executive Specialization Masterclasses on Data Protection

This fall, following up on the successful TILT (Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society) Specialization course on Privacy and Data protection legislation, we present two ...

Artificial intelligence (AI) and the great privacy challenge

Artificial intelligence (AI) and the great privacy challenge

As artificial intelligence evolves, how will organisations need to rethink privacy and transparency?,As artificial intelligence evolves, how will organisations need to rethink privacy and ...