IBM Wants to Enable AI Model Sharing and Data Privacy

The technology provider is using advanced techniques and encryption to enable institutions to share AI models.

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IBM is developing data privacy and security solutions to defend against the misuse or unauthorized use of data. The company is building these technologies in its research labs in Silicon Valley, trying to leverage subsets of artificial intelligence, such as natural language processing and machine learning.

Wendy Belluomini, director of AI and cognitive software at IBM, tells WatersTechnology that financial institutions and technology companies use large volumes of user and client data to build

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