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You’re very easy to track down, even when your data has been anonymized - MIT Technology Review

2019-07-24 www.technologyreview.com 2,253 CyberSecurity

A new study shows you can be easily re-identified from almost any database, even when your personal details have been stripped out.
This is how we lost control of our faces

2021-02-05 www.technologyreview.com 597 Artificialintelligence Facerecognition deeplearning CyberSecurity technews

The largest ever study of facial-recognition data shows how much the rise of deep learning has fueled a loss of privacy.
How AI could save lives without spilling secrets - MIT Technology Review

2019-05-14 www.technologyreview.com 280 insurtech healthcare BlockChain patientData CyberSecurity

The first big test for a platform that lets AI algorithms learn from private patient data is under way at Stanford Medical School.
Ready for 6G? How AI will shape the network of the future - MIT Technology Review

2019-04-19 www.technologyreview.com 264 Cybersecurity

With 5G networks rolling out around the world, engineers are turning their attention to the next incarnation.
How we might protect ourselves from malicious AI - MIT Technology Review

2019-05-19 www.technologyreview.com 238 MachineLearning CyberSecurity

New research could make deep-learning models much harder to manipulate in harmful ways.
10 Breakthrough Technologies 2020 - MIT Technology Review

2020-02-26 www.technologyreview.com 232 ClimateChange Healthtech digitalmoney CyberSecurity quantumcomputing

The mission of MIT Technology Review is to bring about better-informed and more conscious decisions about technology through authoritative, influential, and trustworthy journalism.
How to hide from the AI surveillance state with a color printout - MIT Technology Review

2019-04-23 www.technologyreview.com 215 AI cybersecurity machinelearning ComputerVision

AI-powered video technology is becoming ubiquitous, tracking our faces and bodies through stores, offices, and public spaces.
A Lack of Cybersecurity Talent Is Driving Companies to Use AI against Online Attacks - MIT Technology Review

2017-10-30 www.technologyreview.com 139 CyberSecurity Cyberattacks

A shortage of humans to fight cybersecurity battles is causing companies to turn to machines.
AIOps uses AI, automation to boost security

2020-09-30 www.technologyreview.com 56 CyberSecurity

As security threats and attempted data breaches increase, more organizations are looking to the IT operations platform for AI-enabled cyber defense.
An innovation war: Cybersecurity vs. cybercrime - MIT Technology Review

2019-10-18 www.technologyreview.com 41 cybersecurity Cybercrime infosec

IT security tools are becoming increasingly sophisticated thanks to artificial intelligence, but advances in the cybercriminal world are close behind.
Six Cyber Threats to Really Worry About in 2018 - MIT Technology Review - Linkis.com

2018-01-02 www.technologyreview.com 39 Cybersecurity

From AI-powered hacking to tampering with voting systems, here are some of the big risks on our radar screen.