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NIST: Recommendations for Identifying and Managing Bias in AI

Organizations that fail to prevent bias from slipping into their artificial intelligence (AI) systems may soon find themselves in regulatory trouble. As we discussed in a previous post, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission announced in April that private companies that sell biased AI systems can be subject to laws under the FTC Act, which outlaws […]

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Can Blockchain Help to Stop the Spread of COVID-19?

Many experts fear that using technology like blockchain to track personal health data during the COVID-19 pandemic can threaten personal data privacy in the United States. However, others say the technology can help stop the pandemic’s spread without encroaching on privacy, as long as it’s done correctly.  “The current ethos is to give up all […]

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Understanding Child Data Privacy for Distance Learning

During the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of students are making the difficult transition to distant learning—and parents and teachers are making the transition with them. This sudden switch to distant learning poses unique questions about child data privacy and how to protect students’ personal information. Furthermore, many parents and educators may not even be aware these […]

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Millennials, Ownership, and IOT Privacy

Millennials, Ownership, and the Internet of Things

Millennials are concerned, and rightly so, about connected devices and security. Nearly 75% of Millennials surveyed by KPMG indicated they would be likely to “use more IoT devices if they had more confidence that the devices were secure.” (Strother 2017) As developers of IoT devices consider the market viability of their devices, this creates a […]

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