AI was supposed to fix security – what happened?

Heralded as the answer to many cybersecurity issues, machine learning hasn’t always delivered. Over the past several years there was no such thing as a security vendor that didn’t have machine learning (ML) – usually mischaracterized it as artificial intelligence (AI) because bandwagons are so attractive, no matter how misleading – and they mostly claimed it was … More AI was supposed to fix security – what happened?

The rise of AI needs to be controlled, report warns

Much ink, digital and otherwise, has been spilled on the vast range of extraordinary opportunities enabled by artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). Now, a team of 26 AI experts, including from Oxford, Cambridge and Yale universities, OpenAI, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation, has zeroed in on how AI could be misused for nefarious ends – … More The rise of AI needs to be controlled, report warns

Transparency of machine-learning algorithms is a double-edged sword

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will come into force on May 25, 2018, redefines how organizations are required to handle the collection and use of EU citizens’ personal data. Debates around the GDPR focus mostly on the global reach of this legislation, the draconian fines it introduces, or its stricter rules for “informed … More Transparency of machine-learning algorithms is a double-edged sword

Antispam: Keeping the gate closed

ESET antispam solution has been recognized as best on market. Miroslav Rolko, Antispam Core Development Team Lead, explains what’s behind ESET’s dominance. First, congratulations on your success in the recent Virus Bulletin and AV-Comparatives tests of antispam solutions. It’s quite rare that two authorities independently award the best mark to both a consumer and business … More Antispam: Keeping the gate closed