Machine Learning in Cyber Security: Age of the Centaurs

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Artificial intelligence (AI), and in particular machine learning, has taken huge strides and is now set to really start impacting all aspects of industry and society.

This development has been fueled by decades of exponential improvement in raw computing power, combined with progress in algorithms and, perhaps most importantly, a huge increase in the volume of data for training and testing that is readily available on the internet. The combination of these three factors is now giving us everything from voice-controlled digital assistants to autonomous cars.

It it safe to say that “this changes everything,” and cyber security is no exception.

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