Should we apply the brakes on artificial intelligence research?

Given that the threat of artificial intelligence being exploited for malicious purpose is present and real, Nitin Pai reasons that we should stop AI research on Live Mint: Some months ago, I wrote in this column that a team of computer scientists at three different universities recently published a paper titled Stealing Machine Learning Models via […]

Good News: A.I. Is Getting Cheaper. That’s Also Bad News.

A Silicon Valley start-up recently unveiled a drone that can set a course entirely on its own. A handy smartphone app allows the user to tell the airborne drone to follow someone. Once the drone starts tracking, its subject will find it remarkably hard to shake. The drone is meant to be a fun gadget […]

Why Cybersecurity Needs Skynet…or Something Similar!

Read Chris Brake’s article about why we need a artificial intelligence based cyber security : If I have learnt anything from completing a degree in IT security, it is that the internet is a scary place. It is not just because Google can show you everywhere you have ever travelled and how you did it, […]

Banks say that AI is essential for digital transformation

Every single bank in the UK now has a digital transformation strategy set up, new research has found. A new global survey, conducted by IT consultancy GFT found that as many UK banks as going increasingly digital, AI is among the top priorities. Read about the new report by GFT which reveals that United Kingdom banks […]

Role Of Machine Learning And AI In Healthcare Cybersecurity

Read Jim Massey’s commentary about how machine learning and artificial intelligence can impact healthcare cyber security on Forbes : Security threats are major concerns to healthcare organizations due to the value and vulnerability of clinical data that is being recorded and distributed. Read his full article here.

How AI can help you stay ahead of cybersecurity threats

Read Maria Korolov’s article about how artificial intelligence can help companies stay ahead of cyber security threats on CSO Online : Since the 2013 Target breach, it’s been clear that companies need to respond better to security alerts even as volumes have gone up. With this year’s fast-spreading ransomware attacks and ever-tightening compliance requirements, response […]

Artificial Intelligence: Experts Talk Ethical, Security Concerns

The future of artificial intelligence was a hot topic at the third annual CYBERSEC Cybersecurity Forum, where security professionals representing Poland, the Netherlands, Germany, and the United Kingdom discussed the pitfalls and potential of AI, and its role in the enterprise. Read more about the expert panel discussion about artificial intelligence and cyber security at […]

Unisys: Micro-segmentation and AI in the security wake of Equifax

The Equifax security breach is on everyone’s mind. Equifax has broken our trust and made clear that security is everyone’s problem — ultimately, no one is immune to the effects of poor computer security. Read why Tom Patterson of Unisys says that in wake of Equifax data breach all business leaders and technologists need to know about […]

Artificial Intelligence Transforms IT Capabilities

Read why Ray Bernard says that artificial intelligence will transfer IT capabilities in future on Security Info Watch : Fasten your seatbelts: In the next five years, networking will change more than it has in the entire business lifetime of any system integration company – chiefly due to AI and cloud computing. Networking will become […]

What to know before buying AI-based cybersecurity tools

Read  Bill Siwicki explain what healthcare firms need to know before buying AI based cyber security tools on Healthcare IT News : Some artificial intelligence and machine learning proponents present the technologies as if they were manna from heaven, tools that have the capability to replace humans. And it’s not unusual for mere mention of […]