Most of us have probably had some connection to or experience with Siri (from Apple) and Cortana (from Microsoft). Now Google has introduced Allo, its new messaging app which will have artificial intelligence (AI) built-in to it. But Google also stands behind privacy and the use of encryption to protect our information.
And there's the rub. Google can't have it both ways. They can't aggregate your most personal information and habits (to sell you stuff or direct advertisers to you) and penetrate the encryption they provide.
Google's AI Plans Are A Privacy Nightmare
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