AI criteria: Non-invasiveness

Privacy is often considering whether or not a use of information is appropriate. What is or isn’t appropriate is based on regulations and rules, but as I had written elsewhere, your own feelings might play into that as well (Empathic Privacy). Being non-invasive is a matter of considering if the ...

AI Criteria: Proportionality

Where necessity is all about whether AI-based processing would be possible, proportionality is all about the acceptability of the processing. Proportionality can also refer to the amount of information collected, as processing too much information can be directly disproportionate to the task at h...

AI criteria: Measuring Necessity

In May I presented a privacy focused look into artificial intelligence. I went over 7 criteria to review prior to implementing any use of AI. The first of these was necessity, whether aspects of the proposed use of AI is needed or not. As part of a series of blogs, I will go over what […]

AI voice scams

How to respond to AI voice scams I read a post on Facebook this morning warning me of the risk of my voice being collected for an AI voice scam. The post said that a woman answered a call from an unknown number, and the person on the other end seemed to intentionally be asking […]

A proposal for an AI Risk Framework

The use of artificial intelligence has become more common place and so I have begun reading and researching more about AI with regards to privacy. AI is a topic of interest for many not only because it allows for increased efficiency in many areas, but also because it opens up new ways to analyze...