Microsoft CEO Satya Nadela today praised the European Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) at the Davos Economic Forum and endorsed privacy as a "fundamental human right".
It is necessary to regulate privacy, data and artificial intelligence, he said, but not just in Europe, whose model believes it can be exported to the United States and the rest of the world.
The starting point should be that people "have their own data," which was mentioned in Davos today by AIG president and chief executive officer, Brian Duperreault, who made clear that companies are "custodians of data" we have to protect them. "
But privacy is not the only issue that affects the big players in the sector, and Nadella also relies on the new technology for recognizing people, which will shortly be widespread, and he says, "it has to be regulated legally." ,
I can think of the ten uses of this technology, which are very useful to mankind and ten others, which are very dangerous.
And although the company itself has developed a code of ethics for the use of artificial intelligence, "it's not enough," he added. EFE