Algorithms influence our everyday decision making, and we crave greater precision of AI-driven results. As a result, we are willing to give up our private data for better results, allowing data scientists to scour our personal data to enhance the precision of their algorithms. But at what point does innovation turn into invasion? Matthew Carroll discusses how regulators and consumers can take back control by inserting legal checks and balances into the data science process.
Matthew Carroll is president and CEO of Immuta, a data privacy company focused on enabling the creation of regulated analytics. Matt has spent the past decade analyzing some of the world’s most complex datasets while supporting multiple US intelligence community customers. Previously, Matt served as CTO of CSC’s Defense & Intelligence group, where he led several key data fusion and analytics programs totaling over $150M in revenue and advised US government leadership on data management and analytics issues; he also oversaw product management at 42six, a DC-based professional services company, and led the organization post-acquisition by CSC. Matt served as an officer in the US Army and spent time overseas in Iraq and Afghanistan. He holds a bachelor of science in chemistry, biochemistry, and biology from Brandeis University.
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