AI: Hacking without Humans How Can Human Brains Be Hacked?

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  1. Moscone West

Artificial intelligence (AI) models are built with a type of machine learning called deep neural networks (DNNs), which are similar to neurons in the human brain. DNNs make the machine capable of mimicking human behaviors like decision making, reasoning and problem solving. This presentation will discuss the security, ethical and privacy concerns surrounding this technology.

Learning Objectives:
1: Understand that the solution to adversarial AI will come from a combination of technology and policy.
2: Learn that coordinated efforts among key stakeholders will help to build a more secure future.
3: Learn how to share intelligence information in the cybersecurity community to build strong defenses.

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