Microsoft outlines how it addresses trust and privacy in AI

19/12/2023 | Microsoft

Microsoft's Vice President, Global Privacy and Regulatory Affairs and Chief Privacy Officer Julie Brill recently posted a blog article outlining the company's efforts to protect privacy and build trust while leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) systems. Brill explains Microsoft's approach to data security, transparency, and providing users with options to safeguard their data. Brill also acknowledged ongoing regulatory initiatives around the world and assured that Microsoft is complying with all data protection laws in the regions where it operates.

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