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Human vs. Artificial Intelligence in Autonomous Systems

– A common goal, as we see in many articles on AI (artificial intelligence) and ML (machine learning), is to make AI/ML systems more like humans. Some claim that humans are much better at driving road vehicles than self-driving software, even though the accident statistics appear to contradict this…

Cybersecurity and AI/ML Biases

– Cyberattackers and cyberdefenders appear to be utilizing AI (artificial intelligence) and ML (machine learning) to a rapidly increasing degree, if you are to believe the press, vendors’ claims and blogs. So, it makes sense for cybersecurity professionals and researchers to get a better…

AI Bias Validated!

– In my BlogInfoSec column “Is A.I. For, or Against, Cybersecurity?” posted on June 18, 2018, I asserted that developers are introducing their personal biases into the design of AI (artificial intelligence) systems. My statement was based on experience, supposition, and intuition. To my…

Is AI For, or Against, Cybersecurity?

– With the rapid proliferation of so-called AI (artificial intelligence) systems (many of which are really just rebranded expert systems), we cybersecurity professionals are confronted with two critical issues, namely: Can AI methods be used to improve the protection of our data, systems, and…

Cybersecurity and Safety of AI and Robots

– The article in The New Yorker of May 14, 2018 by Tad Friend with the title “Superior Intelligence: Do the perils of A.I. exceed its promise?” describes two schools of thought with respect to concerns that researchers have about both ANI (artificial narrow intelligence) and AGI (artificial…