AI Makes Personal Privacy a Matter of National Strategy
May 3, 2018 | 14:00 GMT
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- Growing concern in the United States and Europe over the collection and distribution of personal data could decrease the quality and accessibility of a subset of data used to develop artificial intelligence.
- Though the United States is still among the countries best poised to take advantage of AI technologies to drive economic growth, changes in privacy regulations and social behaviors will impair its tech sector over the course of the next decade.
- China, meanwhile, will take the opportunity to close the gap with the United States in the race to develop AI.