Global AI projects, local privacy laws embracing privacy by design

12/01/2021 | IAPP

Global artificial intelligence projects are on the rise. However, for these efforts to succeed, it is important to pay heed to local privacy laws. The IAPP discusses why these projects should align their practices to the strictest rules possible and embrace privacy by design. "Embedding the best possible data privacy settings and technical means, including data pseudonymisation and anonymisation, directly into processes and products can become a significant advantage towards sustainable AI and computer vision solutions."

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