Conference hosted by Avast and the Czech Technical University will look at the intersection of artificial intelligence and cybersecurity
Michal Pechoucek, a speaker at CyberSec & AI Prague, believes artificial intelligence can help us break out of a ‘tyranny of convenience’ that limits how we see the world
Avast deploys hardened self-defense and wider intelligence industry collaboration
Ondrej Vlcek and Garry Kasparov address the evolution of artificial intelligence at the Digital Transformation Expo
Research from nearly 3 billion photos shows how many of our pictures are low-quality or duplicates, and which countries have the highest number of these “bad” photos.
Research from nearly 3 billion photos shows how many pictures we store on average, which country stores the most, and the number of photos stored by age group.
Nicolas Papernot of the University of Toronto sees CyberSec & AI Prague as an opportunity to discuss guiding principles for AI
He knew it was ridiculous – but also realized putting devices online was opening up a whole new world
Alex Halderman has dissected the world’s voting machines and reached a surprising conclusion about safeguarding elections
Our browser is now also available for Mac users in a version that blocks ads and protects against phishing
20 years ago a computer scientist in London needed a title for a slide deck – and came up with a name that stuck