Neowin: Microsoft and Harvard launch an open source platform for differential privacy

Neowin: Microsoft and Harvard launch an open source platform for differential privacy. “Last year, Microsoft began the development of a differential privacy platform in collaboration with Harvard University’s Institute for Quantitative Social Science. Utilizing the OpenDP Initiative, the tech giant’s goal was to create an open solution that keeps individual data private, while simultaneously providing researchers with insights based on huge amounts of data. Today, Microsoft has announced that the platform has been launched, with its resources made available on GitHub for all interested parties to test, build, and support.”