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Don’t let Bell use AI to block calls, CRTC hears

Briefs | 10/21/2019 5:56 pm EDT

Some groups are calling for the CRTC to put the brakes on a request by BCE Inc. to test out an artificial intelligence system for blocking nuisance calls, saying not enough is known about the way the program would collect data from users and that it raises privacy concerns. 

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