The great success that ChatGpt, the model developed by OpenAI based on machine learning, made available for free upon simple registration, prompted cyber criminals to seize a new opportunity to spread viruses on PCs.
A few months have passed since the release of ChatGpt, which took place in November last year, and there are already reports of cyber criminals who have used the system for malicious purposes.
The development of Artificial Intelligence in its most diverse applications has seen considerable growth in recent years, and the trend is confirmed in the experts' forecasts for 2023.
The concept of Adversarial AI is intended to encompass all those techniques that aim to influence the behavior of artificial intelligence applied to a given model with the aim of successfully completing cyber attacks.
The automotive sector has long been in the crosshairs of IT security experts, called to make smart cars safer. Artificial intelligence also comes to their aid.
Can machines feel emotions? An interesting reflection, a topic that has been debated for years, with several open projects that go in this direction.
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