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Are artificial intelligence systems secure? How do I know if I can trust them?

In this Cyber Security Inside What That Means video, Camille chats with Farinaz Koushanfar, N. Asokan, and Ahmad Sadeghi, all professors doing work with artificial intelligence and security.

Farinaz Koushanfar is a Professor and Henry Booker Faculty Scholar at ECE University of California, San Diego, USA. N. Asokan is the David R. Cheriton Chair and Executive Director of the Cybersecurity and Privacy Institute, University of Waterloo, Canada. Ahmad Sadeghi is a Professor at Technical University Darmstadt, Germany.

You’ll learn: 

  • Where we are at with artificial intelligence security and how trustworthiness plays a role.
  • Why it is difficult to secure AI algorithms, and what goes into making a secure system.
  • How artificial intelligence is built and why security and privacy has to be looked at differently because of it.
  • Why it is important to keep hardware in mind when designing AI security.
  • And more!

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