Solving Data Privacy With Artificial Intelligence

Training an artificial intelligence (AI) system requires a high-quality dataset from which the system can glean knowledge.  It is not the platform or software that matters most; the secret sauce is good data.

We trained the first version of this chatbot using a tiny fraction of the information from our ts jurisdiction™ database. We fed it just thirty-four documents, each containing a deep analysis of one body of law in one state. There was no additional programming or training guidance on our part, but it was enough to create something that exceeded our expectations. 

On December 10, 2019 we released a new version with 100% coverage of 380 state and federal laws, including (but not limited to):

  • Contract Law
  • Data Breach Notification Statutes
  • Fiduciary Duties
  • Negligence
  • Trade Secrets
  • Trespass
  • Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices
  • The Gramm Leach Bliley Act
  • California – Consumer Privacy Act
  • New York – Financial Institutions
  • HIPAA & HITech
  • Sarbanes Oxley
  • Defend Trade Secrets Act
  • EU-US Privacy Shield
  • and dozens more.

Keep your questions focused on a body of law and a specific jurisdiction, like:

  • How does NC Trespass law help me recover from a breach?
  • What are my fiduciary duties to shareholders in Alaska?
  • How can I protect trade secrets in Alabama?
  • How does Arizona define negligence?

Please be patient and kind to our little toddler-bot. Asking it about broad topics like “Data Privacy for NC” will be too much for the AI at this stage. Data Privacy is just a broad concept and the AI only has a very narrow domain. One which is restricted to the states and bodies of law that are listed above.  It doesn’t yet know that “Data Privacy” is the overall name for its domain of knowledge much like a very young child doesn’t know that “English” is the language they speak.  For now, you will have to constrain your questions to topics like those listed above.

As an aside, Google’s platform allows for “instant” publishing on Slack, Twitter, Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, text messaging and interactive voice response (IVR) telephony systems.  And, because we own the training data, we aren’t tied to Google’s platform. We can train any advanced AI system using the same datasets.

Solved: AI for data privacy.

Threat Sketch tools, including ts jurisdiction, are for informational purposes only and do not contain or convey legal, financial, or insurance advice. The information herein should not be used or relied upon in regard to any individualized or particular facts or circumstances without first consulting a lawyer, financial adviser, insurance adviser, or other professional adviser.