SAIL’s Genetic Crowdfunding Platform with Intel SGX – Intel Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 158

October 29th, 2018 |
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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: In this episode of Conversations in the Cloud, Anne Kim, CTO of Secure AI Labs (SAIL), formerly known as GeneTank, joins us to discuss what SAIL is doing to allow companies and hospitals to share valuable or sensitive data while maintaining data ownership and privacy. Anne talks about the massive amount of sensitive data that needs to be secured and how SAIL uses federated machine learning Intel Software Guard Extensions (Intel SGX) to maintain privacy. SAIL is focused on building the most securely accessible network of data silos to improve the accuracy and speed of artificial intelligence. Instead of creating new silos/lakes by moving data, SAIL’s platform delivers algorithms to existing data networks to maintain data ownership and privacy. SAIL’s customers are training algorithms on encrypted health records and encrypted drug libraries, ensuring data ownership and privacy without compromising the computational speed and accuracy necessary for medical research.

To learn more about SAIL, visit:
secureailabs.com

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