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AI as a Potential Privacy Threat

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Year of publication 2020
Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
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Faculty of Law

Description Every aspect of AI that is a threat to human rights derives from the data that is 1) Used for AI learning, 2) Produced by AI, 3) Shared by AI devices connected to other AI agents. However, AI is mostly viewed as a product and potential regulation derives from it. This does not provide safety for users nor security. The speech offers ideas on how to comprise a cybersecurity framework that would ensure security in the whole lifecycle of the product. Moreover, one of the priorities should be to retain the integrity of the data.
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