Gizmodo: Google’s AI Plans Are A Privacy Nightmare

Gizmodo: Google’s AI Plans Are A Privacy Nightmare “Because Google’s assistant recommends things that are innately personal to you, like where to eat tonight or how to get from point A to B, it is amassing a huge collection of your most personal thoughts, visited places, and preferences. Google is pretty vague about what exactly the assistant is collecting. It can access information on your devices like contacts or storage (read: literally anything stored to your device), and it can also access ‘content on your screen.’ In order for the AI to ‘learn’ this means it will have to collect and analyze as much data about you as possible in order to serve you more accurate recommendations, suggestions, and data.”