Privacy policies may be the "undoing" of advancements in artificial intelligence, writes Nature Torch Editor John Ejiofor for Infosecurity. Ejiofor cites the influx of privacy laws globally and the restrictions they're placing on companies aiming to collect data — data which AI systems can't learn without. "Privacy policies are good, but taking that to the extreme is where we may be getting it wrong," Ejiofor writes. "We must not overlook the fact that technological advancements have produced enormous benefits for our society."
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