Prakapenka Alena | Shutterstock.com In cybersecurity, the rise of AI raises as many hopes as concerns. For that reason, Google’s newly acquired “Kaggle” is pitting AI systems against each other in a series of security contests.
With the ever-increasing amount of data, the identification of fraudulent activities among a stream of legitimate actions is becoming increasingly complex to detect.
Current security systems are becoming less and less efficient and will eventually be completely outdated as masses of data continue to pile up.
In the face of cyber attacks, which are increasingly numerous and sophisticated, many specialists are looking to the development of AI cybersecurity platforms as a solution.
AI systems can be trained to detect attacks in real-time and also to predict the true objectives of fraudsters. However, they’re not foolproof.
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