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CEO Shufti Pro Victor Fredung Speaks at US Congress Hearing on Digital Privacy

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London, United Kingdom, July 29, 2021 –(PR.com)– A congressional virtual hearing was held on the 16th of July 2021 by the US Financial Services Task Force on Artificial Intelligence, examining key points related to digital privacy.

Speakers at the hearing included experts in the field of digital technology and security. Victor Fredung, the CEO of Shufti Pro, was invited to give his testimony at the hearing and emphasized how Shufti Pro is making the financial structure secure through the use of AI technology for identity verification.

The hearing entitled “I Am Who I Say I Am: Verifying Identity while Preserving Privacy in the Digital Age” discussed a variety of issues, including the future of digital identity, how best to protect data and digital privacy, making AI more inclusive and diverse, and the use of technologies, such as blockchain.

At the hearing, Victor Fredung mentioned his support for the “Improving Digital…

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