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Creating a Malevolent Artificial Intelligence

The possibility that a malevolent artificial intelligence might pose a serious threat to humankind has become a hotly debated issue. Various high profile individuals...

Euro privacy laws might finally shake up digital privacy

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996—commonly known as HIPAA—created a uniform legal framework for protecting medical records across the entire healthcare...

Catastrophic Cyber Hacking of Self-Driving Cars

By Dr. Lance B. Eliot, the AI Insider for AI Trends and a regular contributor In a few years, you’ll be enjoying a leisurely drive...

15 AI Predictions for 2017: Expect AI-as-a-Service, smart malware

Master cyber criminals, super-trojans, workforce shifts, advanced analytics and more – CBR talks to the experts about how 2017 could prove an even bigger,...

AI will make forging audio and video content entirely too easy

“Lordy, I hope there are tapes,” said an exasperated James Comey in his testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee on June 8. Comey’s desire...

How to use AI To Attack Cyberthreats

SparkCognition, a company that applies machine learning to predictive analytics, has begun working with Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute (SEI) to develop an...

Securing Driverless Cars From Hackers Is Hard. Ask the Ex-Uber Guy Who Protects Them

Two years ago, Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek pulled off a demonstration that shook the auto industry, remotely hacking a Jeep Cherokee via its...
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Microsoft Acquisition of Nuance is a Big Deal in Voice Recognition 

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor   Microsoft last week announced the acquisition of Nuance, supplier of voice recognition software, for the equivalent of $19.7 billion, making...

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