Today at Moscow Data Science Major he talked about privacy, ethical Data Science, and many interesting technical innovations. People listened attentively, asked questions, thanked. But what happened next was very revealing. About this under the cut.
And then there was a report about the new Russian developments on NLP with this here's a slide.
The only amendment I made to it publishing here is the gray fields that closed the name, surname, quality and address of the living person. A person whose personal data and medical secret were so calmly and casually revealed to a thousand people who are not burdened by any nondisclosure agreements.
And the most terrible thing is not even that at the same time a whole series of federal laws were violated (No. 323 Article 13 and No. 152 at least). The worst thing, in my opinion, is that almost no one saw anything unexpected or bad in it
I really want to believe that I'm wrong, and the author changed the ...