Google says it uses privacy-by-design to develop generative AI

04/06/2024 | Google

A recent policy paper by Google discusses how the only way to realise the long-term potential of artificial intelligence (AI) is to build it responsibly. The paper, written by Google's Global Director of Privacy Safety and Security Policy, Kate Charlet, calls for AI products to have privacy protections built in from the outset. While AI promises huge societal benefits, it also has the potential to aggravate existing challenges. Charlet explains that Google's approach to building AI tools is "guided by longstanding data protection practices," such as data minimisation, transparent data practices, and controls that empower users to make informed choices and manage their information.

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