AI

Keeping pace with the speeding wheel of change

Keeping pace with the speeding wheel of change

Kevin Davis discusses how vital it is that organisations look to agility as a way of providing speed of change and embracing new technologies to facilitate customer needs

Artificial intelligence  creates its own encryption

Artificial intelligence creates its own encryption

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Researchers from Google's Brain division have released an academic paper which details how they were able to get neural networks to create their own encryption standard, and communicate between each other.

89% of UK consumers concerned with immoral use of AI and cyber-attacks

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Nearly half of consumers see Artificial Intelligence as having a positive impact on society, compared to seven percent who do not.

UK to better prepare for an autonomous future and educate people on AI

UK to better prepare for an autonomous future and educate people on AI

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A new report states that the UK is not prepared for a future that includes robotics and Artificial Intelligence

IP Expo: Artificial intelligence - an existential risk [video]

IP Expo: Artificial intelligence - an existential risk [video]

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AI enables us to work smarter but is it an existential threat to humanity asks Nick Bostrom, University of Oxford and director of both the Future of Humanity Institute and the Strategic Artificial Intelligence Research Centre.

Darktrace boss says we are living in a "golden age of criminality"

Darktrace boss says we are living in a "golden age of criminality"

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Darktrace's CTO, Dave Palmer, says that while ransomware is on the rise and law enforcement can do very little to help, we are living in a "golden age of criminality".

Ipswitch survey says 'intelligent' systems already affecting business

Ipswitch survey says 'intelligent' systems already affecting business

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Security company Ipswitch has released new research which has shown that intelligent systems are coming fast but businesses are ill equipped to protect themselves from them.

EuroCACS 2016: Computers learn how to detect fraud, waste and error

EuroCACS 2016: Computers learn how to detect fraud, waste and error

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Using artificial intelligence, we are rapidly approaching the day when computers will be able to sift through terabytes of data to detect fraudulent financial transactions.

ICYMI: Buffer overflow; AI crime-fighter; Banking Trojan; SS7 Flaws; PayPal Phishing

ICYMI: Buffer overflow; AI crime-fighter; Banking Trojan; SS7 Flaws; PayPal Phishing

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The latest In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) looks at Symantec vulnerability; AI crime-fighter; Banking under threat; Flaws in SS7; PayPal phishing scam

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