Apple’s Quest for Machine Learning Services Bumps up against Privacy Protection

Apple has a problem. The company is committed to privacy, and that’s a problem if you want to offer best-in-class artificial intelligence (AI) powered by machine learning. According to Reuters, Apple is beefing up its stable of a AI experts with an emphasis on machine learning, but their task is hampered by Apple’s commitment to protecting our data. Privacy and data integrity is something I’ve written and spoken about for years. It’s one of the reasons I like Apple’s products and services—Apple is the only platform company that has made privacy a selling point. Google and Facebook, on the other hand, two other companies working on artificial intelligence, have pilfering our content and data for their own fun and profit baked into their business model. This gives them a huge…


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