Privacy-preserving parametric inference: a case for robust statistics

Marco Avella-Medina

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Abstract:Differential privacy is a cryptographically-motivated approach to privacy that has become a very active field of research over the last decade in theoretical computer science and machine learning. In this paradigm one assumes there is a trusted curator who holds the data of individuals in a database and the goal of privacy is to simultaneously protect individual data while allowing the release of global characteristics of the database. In this setting we introduce a general framework for parametric infe ...
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