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10 Benefits of Artificial Intelligence in Cyber Security - OREL IT

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A recent Forrester report states that organizations that apply artificial intelligence to cyber security will see a return on investment within 18 months; those who don't will wait three years. The report refers to artificial intelligence, or A.I., which includes machine learning, natural language processing, and analytics technology in cyber security efforts. Here are ten benefits of artificial intelligence in cyber security that every security professional should know about. A.I. is capable of handling large amounts of data and simplifies human resources in Cyber Security. With all these benefits, Artificial Intelligence simplifies life, making it secure by protecting it from cyber-attacks.


La veille de la cybersécurité

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Thousands of artificial intelligence experts and machine learning researchers probably thought they were going to have a restful weekend. Then came Google engineer Blake Lemoine, who told the Washington Post on Saturday that he believed LaMDA, Google's conversational AI for generating chatbots based on large language models (LLM), was sentient. Lemoine, who worked for Google's Responsible AI organization until he was placed on paid leave last Monday, and who "became ordained as a mystic Christian priest, and served in the Army before studying the occult," had begun testing LaMDA to see if it used discriminatory or hate speech. Instead, Lemoine began "teaching" LaMDA transcendental meditation, asked LaMDA its preferred pronouns, leaked LaMDA transcripts and explained in a Medium response to the Post story: "It's a good article for what it is but in my opinion it was focused on the wrong person. Her story was focused on me when I believe it would have been better if it had been focused on one of the other people she interviewed. Over the course of the past six months LaMDA has been incredibly consistent in its communications about what it wants and what it believes its rights are as a person."


AI in Warfare: Fiction or Impending Reality

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What is Artificial Intelligence (AI)? There are many definitions of Artificial Intelligence (AI) but none of them effectively captures what AI is capable of. As such, I will not be defining AI, rather, I will be reporting the goal of AI as encapsulated at the 1956 Dartmouth Summer Project on Artificial Intelligence, where the science and technology of AI was properly born. 'To proceed on the basis of the conjecture that every aspect of learning or any other feature of intelligence can be so precisely described that a machine can be made to simulate it'[i] Although it has hardly been restated, this goal has the been the underlying drive behind every manifestation of AI since then. If it takes human intelligence and learning to get a thing done, then it can be replicated by a machine, once we break down the components of the particular intelligence and learning approach at play.


Images Matter!

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For part of the lecture, I was preparing discussions surrounding AI and the future of work. I wanted to discuss how execution of different professional tasks were changing with technology, and what that means for the future of certain industries or occupational areas. I wanted to underline that some tasks like repetitive transactions, large scale iterations, standard rule applications are better done with AI – as long as they were the right solution for the context and problem, and were developed responsibly and monitored continuously. On the flip side, certain skills and tasks that include leading, empathizing, creating are to be left to humans – AI systems neither have the capacity or capability, nor should they be entrusted with such tasks. I wanted to add some visuals to the presentation and also check out what is currently being depicted in the search results.


U.S. Defense to Use AI to Discover Talent

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There's a lot of talent in the guard and reserve forces that the Department of Defense (DOD) could be using but is not aware of such as reservists in their civilian jobs might be working on cloud computing, software engineering, cybersecurity, or any number of other in-demand skills, according to Scott Sumner, technical project manager at the Defense Innovation Unit's Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Portfolio. The DOD is hampered in its efforts to locate these individuals because it does not possess the resources necessary to do so. The department will be able to look for the appropriate matches with the assistance of Gig Eagle's AI-powered app. The platform will take into consideration the reservist's skill preferences as well as the biographical information that they enter the app, including their existing skill sets. The algorithm that controls the AI will focus on terms that are similar and imply or infer a specific talent or expertise.


JupiterOne, the graph-powered cybersecurity platform, scores $70M series C funding and achieves unicorn status

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The global annual cost of cyber crime is estimated to be $6 trillion per year, or 1% of the Global GDP. At the same time, cloud computing is rapidly becoming the dominant model used by business to host data and applications, and to develop new services. Cloud computing dominates, but security is a challenge. "As organizations continue to increase their reliance on the cloud to centralize their operations, cloud security solutions are seeing tremendous growth and adoption. In addition, the need to strengthen defenses in advance of macroeconomic changes that could result in an increase in financially motivated attacks, boosts the demand for cybersecurity software, especially for cloud environments that hackers may find more convenient to penetrate", according to Erkang Zheng, founder and CEO of JupiterOne.


Emotion AI's risks and rewards: 4 tips to use it responsibly

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We are excited to bring Transform 2022 back in-person July 19 and virtually July 20 - 28. Join AI and data leaders for insightful talks and exciting networking opportunities. Over the past two weeks, emotions have run high around the evolution and use of emotion artificial intelligence (AI), which includes technologies such as voice-based emotion analysis and computer vision-based facial expression detection. Video conferencing platform Zoom came under fire after saying it might soon include emotion AI features in its sales-targeted products. A nonprofit advocacy group, Fight for the Future, published an open letter to the company: It said Zoom's possible offering would be a "major breach of user trust," is "inherently biased," and "a marketing gimmick." Meanwhile, Intel and Classroom Technologies are working on tools that use AI to detect the mood of children in virtual classrooms.


Every day is Memorial Day at Dover Air Force Base

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National security correspondent Jennifer Griffin shows how the military pays respect to our nation's fallen soldiers on'Special Report.' The first stop back on U.S. soil for American service members killed overseas is Dover Air Force Base in Delaware. It's where their families wait, where VIPs gather and where the honor guard is called. It's at this site where members of the Air Force mortuary affairs team have the solemn task of preparing the remains of America's war dead for burial. Every day is Memorial Day here.


A Free Massive New Language Model; Moder Data Management; Actionable AI for NATO; AI Models are still Racist; $157 Million worth of ETH Burned!

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Artificial intelligence in cybersecurity - Dataconomy

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Artificial intelligence in cybersecurity is a must-have combination for organizations nowadays. Artificial intelligence (AI) assists under-resourced security operations analysts in keeping pace with attacks, and this technology will have a greater role as cyberattacks increase in volume and complexity. AI technologies, such as machine learning and natural language processing that analyze millions of research papers, blogs, and news stories, provide rapid insights to cut through the noise of daily alerts. AI provides analysts with a method to connect the dots between threats. The enterprise attack surface continues to expand and get more complex.