TECH INTELLIGENCE: Ace Communication

February 5, 2024
1 min read

Artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming more integrated into daily life activities, but as digital crime increases, the question of who decides on cybersecurity measures is gaining attention. The increasing efficiency and volume of cyber attacks has raised the question of who will hunt down and respond to threats. Recent tech advances suggest that AI will play a role in cybersecurity, as companies such as Microsoft already use AI to evaluate cybersecurity solutions. However, concerns have been raised regarding biases in AI programs and the potential vulnerability of companies across industries if these biases affect decision-making. Although the involvement of AI in cybersecurity is necessary to meet the demand for faster setups, humans should retain the ultimate responsibility for auditing AI decisions. Cybersecurity providers need to train data scientists and others to understand the decision-making processes of AI. Striking a balance between human involvement and AI capabilities is key to effectively securing cyberspace.

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