Experts on hype, past, present, future and ethics of AI

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July 24, 2017
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Sohrob Kazerounian, data scientist at Vectra talks about AI – why it is getting so much airplay today, its biggest myths, why it is being bandied about in a careless manner, what is holding back AI today and what the opportunities for AI is. He comments: “In cyber security detection, AI can be used to automatically monitor network traffic, flag suspicious behaviour or network anomalies, and alert the security team to investigate. Data traffic has grown exponentially over the last decade, making it a near-impossible task for humans to monitor the vast volume of data in real-time, 24/7. Future models of intelligent behaviour will evolve beyond the current singular activity and action model we see, to become more multi-skilled, using the notion of reward to help educate systems when they successfully evolve to understand a new function.”

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