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re-identification

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  • noun Alternative form of reidentification.

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Examples

  • In it, she reviews the literature on so-called re-identification techniques - the ways that hackers and criminals might cross-reference big, anonymous data sets to figure out information about specific individuals.

    Boston.com Top Stories

  • The study's authors' goal was not to trumpet the accuracy of current face recognizers, but instead to understand the implications of the convergence of multiple technologies: face recognition, online social networks, cloud computing and statistical re-identification.

    Facial-Recognition Software's Future

  • "This paper really establishes that re-identification is much easier than experts think it's going to be," he said.

    Face-ID Tools Pose New Risk

  • Mr. Marsden made the re-identification of " lost comets " and " lost asteroids " — typically spotted once but without a known orbit — a specialty.

    Astronomer Recast the Solar System

  • After all, even de-identified data is subject to misuse: Latanya Sweeney, a computer scientist at Carnegie Mellon University, demonstrated the ease of "re-identification" by cross-referencing anonymized health-insurance records with voter registration rolls.

    How the Personal Genome Project Could Unlock the Mysteries of Life

  • One response to this objection would be to revise (Brewer 2005) the re-identification constraint on the possession of demonstrative concepts, or perhaps retract it altogether (Chuard 2006 explores various versions of the re-identification condition and argues that none are necessary for the possession of demonstrative concepts).

    Nonconceptual Mental Content

  • But since the recognitional demonstrative concepts the conceptualist appeals to do depend on such memory capacities (according to the re-identification condition), it cannot be the case that our having such demonstrative concepts is necessary for our enjoying fine grained perceptual discriminations.

    Nonconceptual Mental Content

  • Nevertheless, it gives ground for adding the seventh of the marks of substance mentioned in the Introduction, namely that substances are those enduring particulars that give unity to our spatio-temporal framework and individuation and re-identification of which enables us to locate ourselves in that framework.

    Substance

  • We shall see later that the Kantian tradition adds a seventh mark of substance: substances are those enduring particulars that give unity to our spatio-temporal framework, and the individuation and re-identification of which enables us to locate ourselves in that framework.

    Substance

  • The way out, we reason, is a re-identification with the ancient ideals of a free society.

    Bush for President

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