A survey by consulting firm McKinsey & Co. shows many companies are behind in recognizing and mitigating potential risks of artificial intelligence, The Wall Street Journal reports. According to the survey, 48% and 39%, respectively, identified compliance and privacy as relevant risks to AI use. "It’s difficult to understand why universal risks aren’t recognized by a much higher proportion of respondents," McKinsey Partner Roger Burkhardt said. Meanwhile, the OWASP Foundation is working on the second version of its "Top 10 Privacy Risks Project."
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