A privacy wizard & dashboard using large language model (LLM) AI

It’s a frequent question: Have you launched a project using AI?

Artificial intelligence is a game changer, and companies are chomping at the bit to figure out how to integrate it intelligently into their workflows. In 2022, we started collaborating with Common Sense Privacy, a new division of Common Sense Media. Common Sense is the nation’s leading nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of all kids and families by providing the trustworthy information, education, and independent voice they need to thrive in the 21st century.

Common Sense Privacy, planned to bring more intention and awareness to the privacy space by offering a product that would ask all the right questions. The tool would be like a “turbo-tax for privacy.” We built the Common Sense Privacy Wizard, which asks a series of questions and generates a draft privacy policy using best practices language. The tool uses the power of large language model (LLM) AI to generate draft policies and offer advice on filling out privacy “nutrition laels” now required by app stores. The online guided interview format helps companies focus on important details of their privacy practices and generate artifacts necessary to demonstrate those policies.

Once a privacy policy exists, the Common Sense Privacy Dashboard provides a privacy scorecard and suggests areas for improvement. The tool offers a comprehensive breakdown of issues, including tangible steps the company can take to improve their privacy score. Actions are organized based on top privacy issues consumers care about most, legal requirements and compliance gaps.

The Common Sense Privacy Wizard and Common Sense Privacy Dashboard launched last month and were written up in Fast Company. The tool arrives at a time when companies are feeling more pressure than ever to comply with laws and requirements by platforms like Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store. Common Sense Privacy is backed by AI Fund, which has partnered with them to bring this tool to life.

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