In an effort to make various privacy tools easily accessible to more people, Google today announced the expansion of its unique privacy library available in Python programming languages in partnership with OpenMined, an open source community focused on privacy technology. The company has also released a new unique privacy tool that says it allows professionals to better identify and fine-tune the parameters used to produce different confidential information, as well as paper-sharing strategies to promote separate privacy across large databases.
Google is among the few tech giants that have released various AI privacy tools in recent years. In May 2020, Microsoft released SmartNoise, which was developed in collaboration with researchers at Harvard. Not to be outdone, Meta (formerly Facebook) recently opened a PyTorch library of a different privacy called Opacus.