As long as there is a growing demand for tech, hackers will always find more effective ways to steal data and wreak digital havoc.Fortunately, we can rest easy as the cybersecurity industry harnesses new technology to prevent all forms of cybercrime. Automation will play a critical role in protecting data centers and keeping sensitive information safe.
Cyber security is a game of cat and mouse. "Rats" always have the upper hand, because new malware is always hidden and difficult to detect. Despite billions of dollars being poured into the field each year, cyberattacks continue to occur and hackers make a fortune from them.
Hackers don't care about the development of artificial intelligence or artificial anti-intelligence; their way is actually to outperform machines. Hackers know one thing very well, although computers are smarter than humans and answer questions faster, that doesn't mean humans can't win the rollover battle! Theoretically, humans can think better than robots perception.
Artificial intelligence technology is becoming more advanced. In the past, we could not imagine that machines can talk to us, or even help us accomplish some tasks that can only be done by human beings. However, it is clear to us that as technology becomes more and more intelligent, artificial intelligence will also bring threats to human beings.
The emergence of artificial intelligence has changed the future development trend of IT, and will continue to benefit more industries in the future. The basic principle of AI is that you can collect data, analyze it, make decisions based on knowing the results and learn from the results. That's why applying AI to cybersecurity gives it new capabilities.
Machine learning is a branch of artificial intelligence, which uses empirical learning and adaptive techniques to make computers imitate human cognition. It is characterized by learning based on experience and patterns, rather than learning based on inferences (causes and effects).
With the rise of artificial intelligence (AI), humans have begun to worry about their own destiny, because we are likely to be marginalized by our own machines, and even eventually replaced and lost our future.
Hackers constantly improve at penetrating cyberdefenses to steal valuable documents. So some researchers propose using an artificial-intelligence algorithm to hopelessly confuse them, once they break in, by hiding the real deal amid a mountain of convincing fakes.