There are technologies out there to better protect the data used in artificial intelligence, but they’re not quite ready for prime time just yet, says Deloitte.
Since consumers are concerned about their privacy and security, protecting user data should be a top priority for any business. With conventional methods that is enough of a challenge. But throw artificial intelligence into the mix and the obstacles just get bigger. There are already new tools that can better protect AI-based data. While not yet practical, companies should be clear about how they can perform in 2022 and beyond.
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In a report released on Wednesday, consulting firm Deloitte describes two tools that do AI tasks like machines …