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Sept. 22, 2022, 1:20 a.m. | Eugenio Marchiori, Sarah de Haas, Sergey Volnov, Ronnie Falcon, Roxanne Pinto, Marco Zamarato

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Android's Private Compute Core (PCC) is a secure, isolated environment within
the operating system, that maintains separation from apps while enabling users
and developers to maintain control over their data. It is backed by open-source
code in the Android Framework introduced in Android 12. PCC allows features to
communicate with a server to receive model updates and contribute to global
model training through Private Compute Services (PCS), the core of which has
been open sourced. PCC is part of the …

android architecture private compute core

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