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“Technology pundits frequently lament that our increasingly digital world has eroded consumer privacy by enabling businesses to collect and use more personal data,” write the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation’s Daniel Castro and Alan McQuinn. Yet, they point out, “what is often lost in the conversation is that the growing use of artificial intelligence actually increases the potential for consumer privacy by reducing the number of humans who see their personal information.” In this post for Privacy Tech, Castro and McQuinn make the case for why AI can increase user privacy and what companies and policymakers should consider when AI is used to process personal data.
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