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At SC19: Who’s Accountable ‘When Technology Kills’?

“One of the things we are witnessing is the compute requirement for (AI) training jobs is doubling every three-and-a-half months. So we were very impressed with Moore’s Law doubling ...Full Article

Google Hit With GDPR Fine

  Google got whacked again this week by European regulators for failing to comply with provisions of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation covering data collection used for targeted ...Full Article

Data Scientists, Not AutoML, Driving Model Development

As machine learning technology matures and moves into the mainstream, analysts are attempting to figure out who within organizations is building machine learning models used in production and what ...Full Article

GDPR Seen Slowing AI Innovation

Pending European data privacy rules that also address “automated decision-making” are increasingly seen as having a broad impact on enterprise deployment of AI applications, prompting a U.S.-based group to ...Full Article

Google-Backed Study Seeks Middle Ground in AI Debate

The debate over the benefits and pitfalls of AI is evolving as alarmists and cheerleaders are joined by realists operating on the assumption that machine learning is here stay, ...Full Article

Survey: Companies Unprepared for New EU Data Rules

The clock is ticking on new data privacy regulations set to enter into force next year, prompting enterprise data management vendors to issue dire warnings about mandatory regulatory compliance ...Full Article

U.S. Looks to Forge IoT Strategy

While encouraging a secure and interoperable Internet of Things (IoT), the U.S. will work to provide spectrum and other infrastructure assets while promoting global interoperability standards and technology innovation, ...Full Article

Data Transfer Deal Already Under Fire

It didn't take long for dents to appear in the proposed E.U.-U.S. Privacy Shield. The trans-Atlantic data transfer agreement designed to replaced a 15-year-old Safe Harbor arrangement struck down ...Full Article

Update: E.U., U.S. Reach Tentative Data Transfer Deal

European regulators announced a framework agreement on Tuesday (Feb. 2) on trans-Atlantic data transfers that would require U.S. companies importing personal data from Europe to "commit to robust obligations on ...Full Article

Cloud Vendors Address EU Safe Harbor Ruling

Cloud vendors are responding to last month's data privacy ruling by a European court with security upgrades to cloud storage and orchestration services aimed at helping customers meet stricter ...Full Article
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