AI technology brings benefits and can just as easily be used for malicious ends. Today, both cybersecurity experts and cybercriminals are using AI. Could it pose more of a cybersecurity threat than we think?
The reach of artificial intelligence will affect many areas of technology, but its presence will be acutely felt within both cybersecurity threats and the strength of systems to protect against threats.
Autonomous vehicles highlights pressing issues currently in technology law involving artificial intelligence and machine learning. What are the liability and risk problems that must be considered?
Every business that collects data will have the Insights, Prediction, Action dilemma it confronts. And for that we need a regulatory framework to set boundaries. Am I allowed to dream on? Let’s not wait for regulations. An industry sponsored consortium putting consumer rights and privacy front and center.
Cybersecurity and AI has dominated the recently concluded WEF at Davos. Yet, there is still a lot more to be done in terms of close and constant cooperation between the pioneering private organizations and the forward thinking governments. Simple right? Easier said than done.
There is a tremendous amount of potential for machine learning and cyber security within the enterprise. In order for machine learning to live up to the hype, it will need to offer a fully robust security solution and plenty of organizations are now betting that machines will be up to the task.
Data protection laws that demand explicit consent, right to be forgotten and algorithm transparency may have a chilling effect on artificial intelligence.
New smart home devices like the Amazon Echo and Google Home are raising numerous legal and privacy issues, primarily because they are recording conversations that you have in your daily life. If you wouldn’t want your friend recording one of your conversations, would you want a digital device doing the same? In this…