Do as the Swedes do. Increasingly, we're subject to the whims of machines that feast on our data, the fuel for their artificially intelligent algorithms. In the U.S., Facebook's mishandling of a leak of user data has provoked intense scrutiny. But does it have to be this way? In an op-ed for Fortune, James Scott, a data science professor at the University of Texas at Austin and coauthor of the forthcoming book AIQ: How People and Machines are Smarter Together, proposes alternative regulatory model for data privacy: Sweden.