Honda Research Institute (HRI), a Honda R&D subsidiary, and Boston University have joined hands to begin research in the areas of data security and privacy for artificial intelligence (AI). Honda intends to develop Cooperative Intelligence, an AI which cooperates with people which will empower, share experience and empathize with them. Data analysis plays a pivotal role in this sector and its privacy and security plays a very important role. Keeping this in mind, Honda will partner with Rafik B. Hariri Institute for Computing and Computational Science & Engineering of Boston University as one of the strategic partner for a joint research collaboration. The oversighting team includes Dr. Azer Bestavros, Distinguished Professor of Computer Science Department at Boston University and Founding Director of Boston University Hariri Institute for Computing, and Dr. Bernhard Sendhoff, Head of Global Operations of HRI and President of HRI Europe. A secure multi-party computation (MPC) will the first research project which will investigate data privacy control.Green Car Congress
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