In our last post, we discussed how recent advances in AI and ML can be used for good and bad. In this installment, I’ll explain why it’s so easy for security vulnerabilities to make their […]
A lot has changed since I first started applying machine learning (ML) in the 1990s. Back then, using something like a neural network meant implementing everything, including the learning algorithm, from scratch. Assuming your code […]
In my previous post, we covered why protecting the privacy (and confidentiality) of data is so paramount and how ML-based systems amplify privacy concerns due to the sheer amount of data and the processing power […]
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) have made huge gains over the last few years, thanks to the vast amount of data available and to the gains made in raw hardware processing power e.g., […]
Last week, members of our IoT Security Market Unit attended the Connected Manufacturing Forum in Austin, Texas. The two-day event focused on how to move the dial around Industry 4.0, and how to go from […]
Sci-fi often portrays artificial intelligence (AI) like this: a computer watches people for a while, blinks darkly and decides the solution to the world’s problems is to kill off the human race. Thankfully we are far away from that. But what AI is capable of today is simulating a specific human brain function – such as pattern recognition. And that’s very exciting for security.
AI makes security practical in the open world
The world is now open, causing disruption in many industries and changing the demands on security.