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Differential Privacy Temporal Map Challenge
What's the problem?
For critical applications such as emergency planning and epidemiology, public safety responders may need access to sensitive data. But, sharing sensitive personal data with external analysts can compromise the privacy of individuals in the data. Even if data is anonymized, malicious parties may be able to link the anonymized records with third-party data and re-identify individuals. And, when data has both geographical and time information, the risk of re-identification is significantly increased.
The Differential Privacy Temporal Map Challenge is a series of contests, with prize awards totaling up to $276,000 for excellence in formal data privacy.
The contests will include a series of privacy algorithm sprints:
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They just ransomware.
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