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OPC on global working group addressing AI challenges

Briefs | 11/21/2018 4:17 pm EST

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner and its counterpart in Quebec are party to a “permanent working group” seeking to deal with the challenges wrought by artificial intelligence, it said following a conference held on the matter.

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