Klaudius Kalcher is a data scientist with a passion for privacy and tons of experience in making it happen. He is also one of the founders of MOSTLY AI. In this episode of the Data Democratization Podcast, he shares how he went from doing a Ph.D. in brain research to founding a synthetic data company. His frontline data story starts in the trenches of academic research, where Klaudius learned how important and how difficult it is to get access to data. He has a very deep understanding of data privacy from a data science and statistics perspective, so if you are curious about the science behind data privacy, read on or listen to the episode!  The following topics will be covered: 
  • Privacy, data sharing, and open data in research
  • Legacy data anonymization technologies and their drawbacks
  • The evolution of data privacy concepts and metrics since GDPR
  • The concept of k-anonymity, differential privacy, and synthetic data
  • How MOSTLY AI’s synthetic data platform ensures superior privacy protection
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