Day: March 27, 2019

How to stop digital transformation from stealing your job
AI Career Economics of AI

How to Stop Digital Transformation from Stealing Your Job

Last week, I spoke to a group of high school students about careers in STEM. Aside from being happy that STEM is now encouraged, I pointed out to them that the workforce they will be entering may look different than the one they see now.  By the time they hit the workforce, digital transformation will […]

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What is AI fuzzing? And why it may be the next big cybersecurity threat
AI Security

What is AI Fuzzing? And Is It the Next Big Cybersecurity Threat?

In case you were wondering when the worlds of CyberSecurity and AI would collide and create new threats, it’s happening. AI fuzzing definition AI fuzzing uses machine learning and similar techniques to find vulnerabilities in an application or system. Fuzzing has been around for a while, but it’s been too hard to do and hasn’t […]

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Top 5 barriers to AI security adoption
AI Security

Top 5 Barriers to AI Security Adoption

Here’s an enlightening look at the state of applying AI to security applications. From this article in TechRepublic: Artificial intelligence (AI) holds a great deal of promise for helpingcybersecurity professionals deal with more sophisticated and dangerous threats. But the technology faces several key obstacles before it is widely adopted in this field, according to a […]

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‘Godfathers of AI’ honored with Turing Award, the Nobel Prize of computing

‘Godfathers of AI’ Honored with Turing Award, the Nobel Prize of Computing

Yoshua Bengio, Geoffrey Hinton, and Yann LeCun may not be household names, but their work definitely is. In fact, you’ve interacted with the descendants their research today (or last few minutes). From the facial recognition system that unlocked your phone to the AI language model that suggested what to write in your last email, the […]

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