Designing AI systems to breach privacy to protect the data subject

11/05/2023 | IAPP

Among the many privacy challenges stemming from artificial intelligence, it's important to remember that it's not just our job to protect data—our job is to protect people. In this IAPP article, the author considers AI's role in safeguarding mental health and whether chatbots should be designed to breach the user's privacy in certain circumstances. 

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