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Machine learning fundamentals: What cybersecurity professionals need to know

In this Help Net Security podcast, Chris Morales, Head of Security Analytics at Vectra, talks about machine learning fundamentals, and illustrates what cybersecurity professionals should know. Here’s a transcript of the

2019 state of AI: the end of the beginning

Everywhere you look, it’s all about AI. You might think that implies we, as an ecosystem, are near peak-AI now but we have a long way to go on that

AI, cloud and security — top priorities for enterprise legal departments

A report released today indicates that legal professionals are at the forefront of piloting emerging technologies, such as AI and cloud, in the enterprise. Are you surprised? Legal departments are

AI won’t solve all of our cybersecurity problems

AI is already supporting businesses with tasks ranging from determining marketing strategies, to driverless cars, to providing personalized film and music recommendations. And its use is expected to grow even

Can AI Become Our New Cybersecurity Sheriff?

Two hospitals in Ohio and West Virginia turned patients away due to a ransomware attack that led to a system failure. The hospitals could not process any emergency patient requests. Hence,

2019: The year Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning become critical to better retail decision-making

JoAnn Martin, VP Retail Strategy at JDA discusses how 2019 will be the year that AI and machine learning transforms outcomes for retailersToo often today, retail stores are caught between

AI Yields Security Benefits, Not Without Problems

Artificial intelligence (AI) is expected to grow in the cybersecurity marketplace, likely to $18.2 billion by 2023, according to a report from P&S Market Research. AI is still only in its

A deep look into artificial intelligence, machine learning and data science

This question and its answer are hotly debated. In many minds, the idea of artificial intelligence surrounds a free-thinking, aware computer system — that is a long way off, apparently.In the