Bringing Privacy Regulation into an AI World, Part 5 I would like to outline a new concept of use control: a way of designing AI systems so that personal data can be used only for specified purposes.
Bringing Privacy Regulation into an AI World, Part 2 Many experts on privacy and artificial intelligence (AI) have questioned whether AI technologies such as machine learning, predictive analytics, and deep learning are compatible with basic privacy principles.
Great news – Canada has just released its free COVID-19 exposure notification app , COVID Alert. Several questions now arise: Is it private and secure?
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Three Executive Actions to help mitigate further risk If your company leverages Blackbaud CRM – this article will provide you of three actions that will
This article describes the issue of Police use of AI-based facial recognition technology, discusses why it poses a problem, describes the methodology of assessment, and
PREPARING FOR DATA TRANSFER – CLAUSES FOR VENDOR CONTRACTS A three-part series from KI Design: Part I: Data Outsourcing Part II: Cross-border Data Transfers The following guidelines
CROSS-BORDER DATA TRANSFERS A three-part series from KI Design: Part I: Data Outsourcing , Part III: Preparing for Data Transfer – Clauses for Vendor Contracts When personal information
DATA OUTSOURCING In our digitally interconnected world, most organizations that handle personal information will transfer it to a third party at some stage of the