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10643291486?profile=RESIZE_400xAccountants may remember this phrase, “Figures do not lie, but liars’ figure.”  After questioning some data results, people later were informed that when, the answer given was, “This is what the computer results showed.”  As business people, there is a new “Expert” on its way and arguing with it may be useless.

In June 2022, Microsoft released the Microsoft Responsible Ai Standard, v2.[1]  Its stated purpose is to “define product development requirements for responsible Ai.”  Perhaps surprisingl

9857998096?profile=RESIZE_400xAre hackers better at using AI than defenders?  “There are three parts of any security strategy. You want to be able to detect, to prevent, and to respond,” says the Global Chief Technology Officer of Dell Technologies.  “It turns out that in the 'detect' area, we are well underway.  If you are using a security event information-management service or managed-security service provider, and they are not already using high degrees of advanced machine intelligence to detect threats, you already lost

9701453695?profile=RESIZE_400xA US Pentagon official recently said he resigned his post because US cybersecurity is allegedly no match for China, calling it 'kindergarten level.'  This senior cybersecurity official Nicholas Chaillan said he quit because he thought it was impossible for the US to compete with China on artificial intelligence (AI). He joined the US Air Force as its first chief software officer in August 2018 and worked to equip this branch and the Pentagon with the most secure and advanced software available.