The U.S. Federal Trade Commission says it will offer a $250,000 prize to the entrepreneur who can find a "breakthrough idea" that will help monitor, prevent or evaluate the malicious use of artificial intelligence-enabled voice-cloning technology.
In the latest "Proof of Concept," Zscaler's Sam Curry and Venable's Heather West join ISMG editors to discuss the implications of President Biden's executive order on AI, how AI enhances security review processes, the potential for AI to spot software flaws, and challenges of AI talent acquisition.
The estates of two deceased UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage policyholders allege in a proposed federal class action lawsuit filed this week that the insurance giant is using an AI tool to illegally deny necessary coverage for post-acute care, such as skilled nursing, to elderly plan members.
European lawmakers behind an artificial intelligence regulation that's close to finalization predicted Thursday the law will set global standards. "We want AI to develop in Europe, and this is why we want to build a trustworthy ecosystem," said Brando Benifei.
Regulating AI is "like regulating Jell-O," said Massachusetts risk counsel Jenny Hedderman, but states are looking at regulating "areas of harm" rather than AI as a whole. In this episode of "Cybersecurity Insights," Hedderman discusses privacy, third-party vendor risk, and lawyers' use of AI.
A Senate committee discussed potential sanctions and enforcement measures to ensure governments around the world obey international norms for artificial intelligence systems, after State Department officials warned foreign adversaries will not comply with U.S. guidelines for responsible AI use.
AI-generated attacks can be faster and more adaptable than human-led attacks. Organizations can defend against AI-powered attacks by educating their users, creating policies and using AI-powered security tools, said Vlad Brodsky, chief information security officer at OTC Markets Group.
The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has released a road map for artificial intelligence after an October executive order tasked the Department of Homeland Security with assisting federal agencies and the private sector in the safe development and deployment of new AI systems.
The financial services threat landscape is continually evolving. Matanda Doss, executive director of cybersecurity and technical controls at JPMorgan Chase, stressed the need to build security measures into an organization's infrastructure, starting with critical assets.
How can generative artificial intelligence be adapted to automatically find and fix software vulnerabilities in critical code? Finding answers to that question is one of the "exciting prospects" tied to the AI Cyber Challenge recently announced by the White House, said NCC Group's Chris Anley.
In the latest weekly update, editors at Information Security Media Group discuss the shaping of responsible artificial intelligence governance, major takeaways from the U.K. AI Summit, and an overview of the main themes and insights from ISMG's recent Mumbai Summit.
A panel of legal experts and technologists warned lawmakers that deepfake technologies were already causing security and privacy concerns across the country, particularly for women and minority communities, as research shows that current detection systems contain biases and high error rates.
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Microsoft spent the past year testing how generative AI can boost productivity, accelerate learning curves and drive collaboration for itself, its partners and its customers. Microsoft infuses generative AI into every product it builds and now uses generative AI to build generative AI capabilities.
The Department of Defense has published guidance calling for the rapid and responsible deployment of artificial intelligence systems across its entire enterprise while emphasizing continuous experimentation, iterative feedback loops between experts and users and enhanced data and analytics programs.