Artificial intelligence (AI) was once something you only heard about in science fiction — but not anymore. These days, AI is used for everything from computers playing chess to self-driving cars to robots you can actually interact with. But the development of AI has been largely decentralized and siloed, creating a dual sided problem: On one side, researchers don’t have access to the data they need. On the other, expanding access to data creates more possibilities for privacy breaches.
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