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Council Post: How AI Solutions Can Defend Against Cyberattacks G.R. Je


Gerasim Hovhannisyan, CEO and Co-Founder atEasyDMARC, a rapidly growing B2B SaaS to solve email security and deliverability problems. In part, because hybrid and remote workplaces are the new normal for most companies, the sophistication of cyberattacks and the risks they pose have grown rapidly over the last few years. In fact, these new work styles have opened up a whole new set of phishing methods for threat actors. According to Cybersecurity Ventures, global cybercrime is expected to grow by 15% per year over the next five years, costing about $10.5 billion by 2025. Even though hundreds of IT experts analyze threats daily, it is a daunting task.

Possible Failures of ChatGPT - EnterpriseTalk


Without a human-centric approach, OpenAI ChatGPT runs on the data available on the various channels, which can also deliver services without meeting the context requirements. Sometimes, it writes plausible-sounding content but can be trustworthy. The new kid on the block, AI-powered ChatGPT offers numerous exceptional services and is claimed to be useful for coding, content writing, etc., minimizing human intervention. As erudite machinery becomes a trending sensation, companies can also see AI biases, security risks, and less personalized CX. The uncapped accessibility, and unrestricted usage of ChatGPT have increased the cybersecurity risks that can hamper the whole organization. Through ChatGPT, cybercriminals can draft a fraudulent email carrying unsecured links, attachments providing sensitive data, or instructions regarding transferring money into specific accounts from a reputed company or person.

What is AI? A simple artificial intelligence definition.


When you challenge a computer to play a chess game, interact with a smart assistant, type a question into ChatGPT, or create artwork on DALL-E, you're interacting with a program that computer scientists would classify as artificial intelligence. But defining artificial intelligence can get complicated, especially when other terms like "robotics" and "machine learning" get thrown into the mix. To help you understand how these different fields and terms are related to one another, we've put together a quick guide. Artificial intelligence is a field of study, much like chemistry or physics, that kicked off in 1956. "Artificial intelligence is about the science and engineering of making machines with human-like characteristics in how they see the world, how they move, how they play games, even how they learn," says Daniela Rus, director of the computer science and artificial intelligence laboratory (CSAIL) at MIT. "Artificial intelligence is made up of many subcomponents, and there are all kinds of algorithms that solve various problems in artificial intelligence."

How Adversarial Bandits work part3(Machine Learning)


Abstract: The problem of online learning with graph feedback has been extensively studied in the literature due to its generality and potential to model various learning tasks. Existing works mainly study the adversarial and stochastic feedback separately. If the prior knowledge of the feedback mechanism is unavailable or wrong, such specially designed algorithms could suffer great loss. To avoid this problem, \citet{erez2021towards} try to optimize for both environments. However, they assume the feedback graphs are undirected and each vertex has a self-loop, which compromises the generality of the framework and may not be satisfied in applications.

Understand the Fundamentals of an Artificial Neural Network – Towards AI


Originally published on Towards AI. An artificial neural network (ANN) is usually implemented with frameworks such as TensorFlow, Keras or PyTorch. Such frameworks are suitable for very complex ANNs. As a data scientist, however, it is essential to understand the basics. This article aims to help you understand how a neural network works.

Art by Algorithm --


"AI will be the best or worst thing to happen to humanity." How does this technology impact artists? Can #AiArt growing communities contribute, specifically to the living-now among us (and quite possibly struggling) artists whose works are fed to the algorithms without their consent? The endeavours that are complex, beautiful, dangerous, and challenging are more valuable in contrast to something common, simple and easy, naturally. To have that distinction removed or obfuscated in any way will undermine the core value structure of society as we know it. Again Hyper-Novelty comes to mind.

The Advancements of AI Models Mimicking Human Hearing


Speech Recognition Models are designed to recognize and transcribe spoken language into text. This technology is widely used in virtual assistants such as Amazon's Alexa, Google Assistant, and Apple's Siri. These models are trained on large datasets of audio recordings and use machine learning algorithms such as Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs) and Recurrent Neural Networks (RNNs) to make predictions. Google's Speech-to-Text, Amazon's Transcribe, and Microsoft's Azure Speech Services are some of the popular examples of Speech Recognition Models. Sound Event Detection Models, on the other hand, are designed to recognize specific sounds or events within an audio clip.

GT Sophy (Part I). What is GT Sophy?


In Early February 2022, Sony's "first AI breakthrough", GT Sophy, made its appearance on the cover page of Nature magazine [2]. GT Sophy is a racing AI built to match with world-class level players in Gran Turismo Sport, the latest installation of the legendary game series on PlayStation 4. GT7 is famous for its extremely realistic simulation of real-life racing experience, which largely complicates the production of GT Sophy at the early stage. Every tiny decision that GT Sophy makes may change the result of the race entirely. Thus, there is little simplification can be done to the training process. Sony's AI team needs to take all possible factors, like drifting effects caused by the passage of nearby cars, to perform any estimation.

Screenshots appear to show Microsoft's new ChatGPT-powered Bing interface


Remember Bing, Microsoft's (barely used) search engine? It looks like it may be getting a much-needed makeover. The Verge reports(Opens in a new window) that earlier this week, a "new Bing" interface using AI chatbot ChatGPT appeared and then swiftly vanished. It was previously reported(Opens in a new window) that Microsoft was interested in capitalizing on the tool's massive popularity and impressive intelligence, and it's possible that what users saw is an early version of that experience that went live by mistake. One of those users, Owen Yin, posted about his brief experience(Opens in a new window) with the "new Bing" on Medium.

Machine Learning System Design Interview: Aminian, Ali, Xu, Alex: 9781736049129: Books


Machine learning system design interviews are the most difficult to tackle of all technical interview questions. This book provides a reliable strategy and knowledge base for approaching a broad range of ML system design questions. It provides a step-by-step framework for tackling an ML system design question. It includes many real-world examples to illustrate the systematic approach, with detailed steps you can follow. This book is an essential resource for anyone interested in ML system design, whether they are beginners or experienced engineers.