Recent developments in the fields of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning have resulted in rapid advancements in the abilities of computers to learn automatically and improve from experience, and make decisions just like humans. Inevitably, this will continue to create new threats and opportunities relating to defence and security matters.
In this breakfast briefing, RUSI experts will focus on three areas relating to the future of AI and machine learning:
- James Sullivan will discuss how the growing and evolving cyber security threat can be mitigated by the integration of AI into security systems, and how cyber attackers use automated technology to gain access to networks;
- Alexander Babuta will consider the potential uses of AI-based tools for policing and counter-terrorism, including the use of algorithms for predicting risk of crime and terrorism, and the ethical and legal implications of these tools;
- Justin Bronk will focus on the AI techniques which are currently being applied by military forces and where they might have the greatest effect on future warfare
These briefings are open to Major Corporate Level Members and above.
Please note that places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Tea, coffee and pastries will be available from 0800.
To attend this event, please e-mail Sabrina Downey, Director, Projects and Events: firstname.lastname@example.org