Privacy By Design Is Key To The Future Of Artificial Intelligence

ADVERTISEMENT When I was a 25-year-old Ph.D. candidate at the University of Toronto, I led a team in discovering a field of medical biometrics that can authenticate a person’s heartbeat with the accuracy of a fingerprint. Our discovery resulted in a consumer product called the Nymi, a wearable device that leverages a user’s unique heartbeat as a secure biometric identifier to allow them to do everything from making a payment to opening a password-enabled mobile device.I’ve since left that project and shifted back into research at Architech Labs, where I now lead a team in building innovative future technologies that use deep learning. Deep learning is the “next generation” of machine learning that trains computers how to learn like humans. Yes, in the past few years we’ve arrived at the…


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