Interview with Shubham PalriwalaGithub: @ShubhamPalriwala Where are you based? I’m currently based in Gujarat, India.What do you do (i.e. st
There were high expectations that the use of health records, cell tower tracking, and travel history could have ultimately helped to plateau the COVID-19 curve.
Interview with Mrinal WaliaGithub: @abhiwalia15 Where are you based? Windsor, Ontario, Canada What do you do (i.e. studying, working, etc.)
Interview with Curtis MitchellGithub: @curt-mitch Where are you based? San Francisco, California USAWhat do you do (i.e. studying, workin
Summary: We are excited to announce that, as a part of the 0.7 release of PySyft, it will be possible to construct TensorFlow Federated comp
Interview with Baye Gaspard Github: @bayegaspard Where are you based? Massachusetts, USA What do you do (i.e. studying, working, etc.)? Doc
Interview with Teo MileaGithub: @teo-milea Where are you based? Bucharest, Romania What do you do (i.e. studying, working, etc.)? I am fin
Interview with Osam Kyemenu-SarsahGithub: @factdroid Where are you based? I currently live in Accra, Ghana.What do you do (i.e. studying,
MotivationWhile consumers expect better customer experience and personalization from businesses, they are increasingly sensitive to privacy
This post is a continuation of "Remote Data Science Part 2: Introduction to PySyft and PyGrid". Previous blog was about introduction to Py
Part 4: What is the impact of HIPAA on the generation and sharing of synthetic datasets? The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability
This post is a continuation of "Remote Data Science Part 1: Today’s privacy challenges in BigData". The previous blog talks about
Interview with Stephen GabrielGithub: @bitsofsteve Where are you based? I am currently based in Abuja, Nigeria 🇳🇬 What do you do (i.e.
Privacy Challenges in BigData The Internet has radically increased the scale of information accessible to society and decreased friction. St
Do you want to help unlock advances in every scientific field by increasing humanity’s access to data by 1000x in a safe and secure way? 🚨
PETs have a vast number of real-world use cases. Researchers, businesses, regulators, governments, media organisations, startups and consum
Part 3: What is the impact of GDPR on the generation and sharing of synthetic datasets? The European General Data Protection Regulation (GD
Structured Transparency  is a framework for creating ideal information flows that guarantees that certain data only flows to the right de
Interview with Fiza HusainGithub: @fiza11 Where are you based? I'm currently based in New Delhi, India. What do you do (i.e. studying, work
Interview with Phil CullitonGithub: @pculliton Where are you based? I'm in Buffalo, NY. That's about six hours west of the New York City
Part 2: Where does synthetic data stand when it comes to the laws that protect user privacy? In a previous blog, we saw that synthetic data
Presently, the insurance and financial services sector face the classical data conundrum – there are troves of data available, yet not enou
Multiple data owners holding data samples work together to train a model and solve a machine learning problem collaboratively while preserving some healthy mutual distrust is said to be Collaborative learning.
Interview with Ishan MishraGithub: @IshanMi Where are you based? I’m currently based in Waterloo, Canada. 🇨🇦 What do you do (i.e. stud