Machine learning and privacy

Date of publication: November 10, 2019

Catalogue: Fusion 2019


Machine Learning algorithms are born as a solution to a problem. Once we feel comfortable with a prototype, there is still a long path to its deployment...and it is rarely a smooth one. We would like to share our experience transiting that path.

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