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Automation is nothing new, says Vectra CTO Oliver Tavakoli. Early uses helped antivirus software spot novel malicious programs. But now machine learning is helping it go much further. "Machine learning is more understandable and more simplistic than artificial intelligence, but that doesn't mean it can only handle simple problems."
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