AI is widely considered a powerhouse that has yet to unleash its full potential. But in the face of rising cybercrime rates, one question seems especially pertinent: is AI a solution for cybersecurity, or just another threat?
Putting in place people-focused security and risk policies in a contextual and transparent way without getting in the way, companies can create a flexible, secure environment and superior employee experience in the digital era.
According to a research firm, Allied Market Research, the global artificial intelligence market is projected to garner $169.41 billion by 2025, registering a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 55.6% through 2025.
Deepfakes are a relatively new phenomenon, first starting to emerge on the internet in late 2017 but techniques to replace one face with another in a very realistic and natural-looking way have been available for years now, so why is there such a panic brewing over deepfakes?
Healthcare professionals will have to re-think protections for health data privacy as rapid new advances in AI technology are already able to generate the identity of specific individuals using anonymous health data from different sources.
Most people would be rightly excited by the prospect of artificial intelligence automating all facets of our lives. But with machines' increasing ability to mine personal data, collate that data and draw conclusions about behavior, is the sacrifice of privacy and control something people would be willing to give up?
New York City, Amsterdam and Barcelona – recently launched a new initiative known as Cities Coalition for Digital Rights that is specifically designed to protect the personal privacy and individual digital rights of their citizens.
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.