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Impact of AI on Cybersecurity
As artificial intelligence (AI) systems will become more skilled in the days to come, we will start to see more mechanized and progressively advanced cyber attacks. The ascent of AI-empowered cyber attacks is expected to cause an outburst of network penetrations, individual data breach, and a huge spread of intelligent computer viruses. Unexpectedly, the best way to guard against AI-empowered hacking is by utilizing AI.
AI can be utilized to protect and to assault digital framework, and additionally to build the attack surface that hackers target on. There might be a possibility with advances in AI that they will first reach and after that overtake people in all areas of performance as it is already observed with games like chess and Go. It's essential for business pioneers to see how that future circumstance will vary from the present concerns and what to do about it.
If one of the present cybersecurity frameworks fails, the harm can be upsetting, however, it is tolerable in most of the cases: somebody loses money or privacy. For human-level AI or above, the outcomes could be calamitous. The risks are genuine; some of the world's most prominent personalities in technology and physics, including Stephen Hawking, Bill Gates, and Elon Musk, have communicated concerns about the potential for AI to develop to a point where people could never again control it.
Outfitted with more learning, business leaders can reasonably consider how the option of AI to their product or service will improve user experiences. Employing a committed AI safety expert might be the next step, as most cybersecurity specialists are not prepared in envisioning or averting attacks against intelligent frameworks.