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Industry perspectives: Preventing malicious use of AI

Elliot Rose, head of cyber security at PA Consulting, is quoted in the Financial Times’ special report on cyber security and artificial intelligence (AI).

Elliot says: “In the rush to implement AI, people are not talking enough about how to secure this. That may be starting to change. The big technology companies have started recruiting aggressively in this marketplace in the past six months.

He continues: “To increase security, algorithms have to be less of a ‘black box’. We have to be able to spot deviations in how they work. We should also think about checks and balances for AI that processes sensitive or personal data, such data on sexual orientation, health or children. There may need to be a human in the loop in these cases.”

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