February 2019, Vol. 246, No. 2


Malicious Use of Artificial Intelligence in Cybersecurity

By Harold Kilpatrick, Cybersecurity Consultant When you see a letter whose signatories include the universities of Yale, Stanford, Oxford and Cambridge, you ought to pay attention. These heavyweights of the academic world do not lend their names to anything without careful consideration.  Researchers from these universities, working alongside representatives of the cybersecurity industry and civic organizations, published a paper recently, called “The Malicious Use of Artificial Intelligence: Forecasting, Prevention, and Mitigation.” It examined a variety of potentially malicious artificial intelligence (AI) applications.   The core issue at the heart of this research is that the function

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