Privacy, Algorithms, and Artificial Intelligence
Artificial intelligence can use an individual’s data to make predictions about what they might desire, be influenced by, or do. The use of an individual’s data in this process raises privacy concerns. This article focuses on what is novel about the world of artificial intelligence and privacy, arguing that the chief novelty lies in the potential for data persistence, data repurposing and data spillovers.
Though this research was not supported by any grants other than those listed, Catherine Tucker would like to acknowledge that in the past she has received research support from the Computer and Communications Industry Association, Google, Times Warner and WPP.