ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Interactions with the Right to Privacy

Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence and big data present new challenges to protecting our right to privacy both online and offline. Predictive algorithms and online social networks add complex nuances to the idea of informed consent. A global, cross-disciplinary effort is underway to make predictive algorithms fair, accountable, and transparent as these algorithms come to mediate more and more the areas of civic life and public discourse. But these tools and ideas operate inside of existing socio-technical systems that need to balance conflicting goals and tensions.



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Updated On : 24th Dec, 2017

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