Google has developed a new tool for managing data activities through differential privacy. The Mountview-based search engine giant California has created a new tool with OpenMind for Python developers. News Gadgets Now.
Google says the use of the free security infrastructure will help millions of developers from researchers, governments, nonprofits, businesses and other organizations. According to Jeunet, this tool allows developers to create and market different applications for differential privacy without having to disclose specific information.
Since 2019, Google has been working on differential privacy and interest in this sector continues to grow at a significant rate. At this stage, there is a demand for Python to create separate differential privacy products. Google has worked with OpenMind, and if a third-party expert wants to learn how to work with differential privacy technology, he or she will be given that benefit.