Google launches an open-source version of its differential privacy library

Google launches an open-source version of its differential privacy library

Google has announced that it is open sourcing its differential privacy library, an internal tool the company uses to securely draw insights from data sets that contain the personal information of its users. Developers will be able to take this library and build their own tools that can work with aggregate data without revealing personally identifiable information.

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