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Hacking AI: Exposing Vulnerabilities in Machine Learning

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An NLP bot gives an erroneous summary of an intercepted wire. These are examples of how AI systems can be hacked, which is an area of increased focus for government and industrial leaders alike. As AI technology matures, it's being adopted widely, which is great. That is what is supposed to happen, after all. However, greater reliance on automated decision-making in the real world brings a greater threat that bad actors will employ techniques like adversarial machine learning and data poisoning to hack our AI systems.


Hacking AI: Exposing Vulnerabilities in Machine Learning

#artificialintelligence

An NLP bot gives an erroneous summary of an intercepted wire. These are examples of how AI systems can be hacked, which is an area of increased focus for government and industrial leaders alike. As AI technology matures, it's being adopted widely, which is great. That is what is supposed to happen, after all. However, greater reliance on automated decision-making in the real world brings a greater threat that bad actors will employ techniques like adversarial machine learning and data poisoning to hack our AI systems.


It's Official – Our DNN Models are Now Commodity Software

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Summary: Booze Allen just launched a one-stop shop for all manner of pretested DNN models. This makes buying just like picking accounting, CRM, or HRIS software. Equally as important, it's a genius example of platform strategy to lock in customers and lock out competitors. The common vision of developing and deploying a deep learning model is half-a-dozen (at least) data scientists and engineers slogging away over maybe three to six months before having that MVP to first test in production. Go down to the software store, grab a COTS (commercial off the shelf) DNN for any image or text problem you may have, add a little transfer learning, and slam, bang, thank you ma'am you're in production.


Modzy is a marketplace for enterprise AI software and models

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Companies are trying to find the most efficient ways to use machine learning models in their businesses. Modzy, a product of Booz Allen, is designed to make that process easier and safer for enterprises. Seth Clark, senior associate at Booz Allen, described Modzy in an interview with VentureBeat as a machine learning operationalization platform. More colloquially, it's an online store where you can find and acquire AI tools. "What we're trying to do is help organizations get AI capabilities out of the lab, off of someone's laptop, and into a production system," said Clark.


AI Market Leaders Release Enterprise AI Platform Modzy

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MCLEAN, Va. - Today, Booz Allen introduces ModzyTM, a first-of-its-kind enterprise artificial intelligence (AI) software product with a mission of its own: putting AI to work through the power of trusted models and a secure, scalable platform. The Modzy platform and model marketplace create the missing AI layer in today's tech stack, accelerating the deployment of AI from the lab to the enterprise. With click-to-deploy access for a growing list of AI models from leading tech companies and open source communities, and an environment to upload, manage and reuse AI models, Modzy greatly reduces risk and barriers to adopting and scaling AI. Interested customers can request an invitation to the Modzy Early Access Program, beginning today. "Achieving the promise of AI requires much more than training the next algorithm. It's about giving organizations choice and having a predictable and repeatable way to rapidly deploy, manage and secure AI models at enterprise scale," said Dr. Josh Sullivan, senior vice president, Booz Allen Hamilton and Modzy executive leader.


AI Market Leaders Join Forces to Release ModzyTM, an AI Platform and Model Marketplace, Introducing Choice, Scale, and Security for the Enterprise.

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MCLEAN, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today, Booz Allen introduces ModzyTM, a first-of-its-kind enterprise artificial intelligence (AI) software product with a mission of its own: putting AI to work through the power of trusted models and a secure, scalable platform. The Modzy platform and model marketplace create the missing AI layer in today's tech stack, accelerating the deployment of AI from the lab to the enterprise. With click-to-deploy access for a growing list of AI models from leading tech companies and open source communities, and an environment to upload, manage and reuse AI models, Modzy greatly reduces risk and barriers to adopting and scaling AI. Interested customers can request an invitation to the Modzy Early Access Program, beginning today. "Achieving the promise of AI requires much more than training the next algorithm. It's about giving organizations choice and having a predictable and repeatable way to rapidly deploy, manage and secure AI models at enterprise scale," said Dr. Josh Sullivan, senior vice president, Booz Allen Hamilton and Modzy executive leader.


Enterprise AI Platform and Marketplace - Modzy

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Modzy AI models can be used to analyze feeds across social media to help find victims of natural disasters in need of assistance. Modzy empowers first responders on the front lines to better prepare for and respond to humanitarian assistance and natural disaster relief efforts.