Danish DPA identifies projects for regulatory sandbox on artificial intelligence

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Norway’s data protection authority, Datatilsynet, selected three projects for its regulatory sandbox on artificial intelligence. One uses machine learning to identify hospital patients in danger of being readmitted, another tackles money laundering and terrorist financing, and the third explores the possibility of using machine learning to identify emails and associated documents to be archived. The projects “show the breadth of cases where some of the answer may lie in the analysis of personal data,� Minister of Local Government and District Affairs Bjørn Arild Gram said.
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