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Google Adds New Privacy Features to Its Open-Source Software Portfolio

By ET Bureau - December 23, 2022 1 Mins Read


Google LLC has released two open-source technologies that are intended to make it simpler for businesses to process user data in a way that complies with privacy regulations.

The first piece of technology is a program called Magritte for blurring moving objects in videos, like license plates. The other is an updated version of Google’s privacy tool FHE C++ Transpiler, which was first released last year. One of the search giant’s internal software projects served as the inspiration for Magritte. It automatically recognizes when a video contains a sensitive object, like a license plate, using artificial intelligence.

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Another Google tool called MediaPipe, which is open-source, helps power some of the AI features. With the latter tool, programmers can create AI applications that can run on hardware with constrained processing power, such as smartphones.

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