“Can ANYONE of us recall a single time in the world of Hollywood, or the media where an artificial intelligence system was introduced to humanity, and it ended well?
Think about it for a moment. When we build these systems in a managed, controlled, restricted environment they occasionally work as we want, they can hunt for the needle in the haystack faster, more efficiently, and effectively than we’ve ever been able to no matter if it’s global genomic research or adversarial efforts within our own organizations.
However, welcome to the modern era where we’ve let an ungated intelligence loose on the mass population with no instructions, controls, or safety in place. Let’s talk about what we CAN do to help humanity, what we SHOULD talk with our folks about, and what TO do when it all goes pear shaped.”
Each year, the Human Risk Management Conference, hosted by Living Security, brings together cybersecurity thought leaders and practitioners to present a half-day virtual conference geared toward continuously evolving the power of behavior change in mitigating risks.
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