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Here’s how machine learning can violate your privacy

  • Written by Jordan Awan, Assistant Professor of Statistics, Purdue University
Here’s how machine learning can violate your privacyIf your data was used to train an AI, it might – or might not – be safe from prying eyes.ValeryBrozhinsky/iStock via Getty Images

Machine learning has pushed the boundaries in several fields, including personalized medicine, self-driving cars and customized advertisements. Research has shown, however, that these systems memorize aspects...

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