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The Global Frequency

3 March 2019 | Curated by Matt Devost

I wrote an article on Security AI this week over at OODAloop.com.  I believe this is one of the most important issues we will face over the next decade so I appreciate any feedback you have and would especially appreciate you sharing it with your network.  This week on the Global Frequency...

Securing AI - Four Areas to Focus on Right Now.  (Read and Share)

Microsoft reports that "large sums" of money were stolen from financial services firms through cyber attacks. (Read More)

Big banks are doubling down on AI. (Read More)

Inside Facebook's content moderation offices where employees suffer from PTSD and deal with psychological trauma. (Read More)

The role of the dark web in future cyber wars. This is a decent paper, but there are a few areas presented as factual that I'd take issue with. (Read More)

Turbotax compromised.  Interesting nexus with one of the issues I discussed in my Putin 2020 article. (Read More)

CYBERCOM took Russian trolls offline in an Election Day operation. Fascinating revelation.  (Read More)

AI still needs Human Intelligence (for now). (Read More)

A heart health medical clinic suffers a cyber attack. (Read More)

10 breakthrough technologies as curated by Bill Gates. (Read More)

Common knowledge attacks against democracies.  Worth a read. (Read More)

Fact or Fiction:
"Possible Minds: Twenty-Five Ways of Looking at AI" by John Brockman compiles viewpoints from 25 experts on AI into one volume.  I'm finding that I'm burning out on AI books a little bit as they all seem to be saying the same thing in different ways, but this book provides some unique insights. (Amazon Link)

Quote of the Week:
“When I hear someone say they have 20 years of experience, I wonder if that’s really true or if they merely had 1 year of experience 20 times.” – Don Denoncourt

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