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How a New AI Breakthrough Could Undermine the Financial Industry’s Entire Foundation

Unfortunately, most of the jobs we have, and certainly the high paying ones that allow you to have a nice life, require a lot of creative, innovative thinking and decision making.

Some AI backstory: Machine learning has been whittling away the edge humans have over computer programs for a long time, starting in 1997 when IBM’s Deep Blue defeated world chess champion Gary Kasparov.

Naysayers responded that winning at chess was a specific skill set, more about mathematical probabilities than the employment of subtle judgements, the human brain’s specialty.

AI programs were now using “neural networks” that mimic the way the cerebral cortex processes information, and then offer advice.

Widely played today in tournaments all over America, Texas hold’em is the epitome of multi-player strategic thinking, cue analysis, advanced future predictability and the most powerful, yet unquantifiable, skill of all… bluffing.

The shocking fact that Pluribus out-bluffed the world’s top five players and won a big pot of money, means AI has reached a new critical level, because bluffing is one of the traits that enables us to succeed or fail by processing, and then utilizing, what we have learned in the past about the behaviors of others and thus affect the future to our advantage.

Bottom line: While robots have taken many of the jobs of the manually skilled, Pluribus and its future generations are coming for the jobs at the other end of the spectrum—the brilliant, the cunning, the creative.

Flirty or Friendzone? New AI Scans Your Texts for True Love

offered a romantic interest score on a scale of zero to five, as well as insights on the power dynamics in a conversation (i.e., who likes who more).

That provided a hefty data set of what real text conversations looked like, across various demographics and in different types of relationships.

Other apps have used similar models to juice up sales pitches, advise employees on messaging the boss, or generate context-specific email replies.

to determine the personality of a person based on their emails or tweets, and then provides helpful suggestions on how to approach them.

Like any good assistant, Keigo can slide deftly into many situations: to prepare for the job interview, to win the second date, to better understand a partner after a big fight.

The app borrows a model from IBM's Watson, which performed a series of studies to map basic personality characteristics onto peoples'

phone call, and I would wonder if Keigo had planted that choice of words.) All of these apps require a real suspension of privacy—they are, after all, parsing intimate conversations.

By way of caution, the app also displays this pop-up before you upload anything: "In order for Mei to give you analysis on your conversation, the conversation history needs to be uploaded to our servers.

Artificial Intelligence – Security Friend or Foe?

The annual cost of cybercrime is estimated to rise to $6 trillion by 2021.[1] Artificial intelligence (AI), frequently mentioned for its potential to accelerate innovation, boost performance and improve decision-making, is already being applied to defend against cybercrime.

AI can swiftly review the massive amount of data contained in user access logs and flag actions that warrant human scrutiny, such as when a user who legitimately and routinely views sensitive data starts downloading that data instead.

In 2018, average dwell time was 197 days.[3] AI carries the promise of reducing dwell time to a matter of minutes by monitoring for anomalies in user behavior in real time.

But even with role-based security, the process to grant, modify and revoke rights for all personnel — and to keep role definitions in sync as the organisation changes — has remained both labour intensive and error prone.

Around the world, executives anticipate that attacks by hackers who have network access will increase by 247% over the next two years, according to the results of a survey on cybersecurity conducted by Protiviti, ESI ThoughtLab, WSJ Pro Cybersecurity, and other prominent organisations.[4] To penetrate networks, hackers exploit AI tools in several ways: Business applications of AI are cyberattack targets, too.

Beyond attempts to compromise AI-based cybersecurity, hackers will attempt to penetrate an organisation’s AI-based business applications to induce unfavorable price changes, for example, or even to originate and send communications that damage the organisation’s reputation.

For example, hackers will engage in data poisoning, in which they inject their own data samples for consumption as the system is retrained, to disrupt feedback mechanisms or alter classification of data to favor the hacker.

Adversarial input is another new class of attack, whereby hackers develop inputs designed especially to be misclassified, such as malicious documents that avoid antivirus detection, or emails that get around spam filters.

The best strategy for an organisation is to embrace the potential benefits of AI and find opportunities to implement AI-based business solutions and cybersecurity applications of AI while also considering how AI might be used against the enterprise and integrating defensive thinking within its applications.

For any new AI system, cybersecurity and data privacy risks should be considered from the outset and kept top-of-mind throughout the system’s life cycle, as new threats and new cyber defense opportunities arise.

Anyone deploying AI — to support their line of business or in the cybersecurity function — should engage qualified professionals early to evaluate current and new system risk, to think innovatively about anticipating new threats, and to secure AI systems against all the new threats that accompany them.

What They Are Saying: Support For DOE’s New Artificial Intelligence and Technology Office

The Department of Energy and our world-class national laboratories are leading the way, including in the district I represent, where Argonne National Laboratory is building the world’s most advanced supercomputer to power the use of AI for everything from responding to climate change, to fighting cancer, and ensuring our nation’s security.

DOE’s new Artificial Intelligence and Technology Office will play a crucial role in coordinating the work being done in AI and provide support for the researchers across DOE who are on the frontlines of this transformative work.

I applaud Secretary Perry for continuing DOE’s long history of scientific leadership by establishing this new office, and I look forward to working in Congress to support AITO’s work, as well as the continued technological leadership of our national labs.”

Representative Lee Zeldin (R-NY): “For decades, our country’s national labs have pioneered the future of scientific advancement, allowing our nation to lead the world in medical and cancer research, cybersecurity, astrophysics, and more, and it’s vital we ensure they can continue to be global leaders through the 21st century and beyond.

Artificial intelligence has played a critical role in forwarding these initiatives as well as improving grid resilience, environmental sustainability and everyday life here at home.

This new office will allow DOE and the national laboratories to leverage our collective abilities, maximize our impact and solidify the United States as the global leader in developing and deploying AI solutions.”

Several Ames Laboratory projects are leveraging AI and machine learning for high performance computational chemistry and materials exploration, and we look forward to working with AITO to further accelerate AI’s positive impacts.”

From analyzing tiny neutrino particles to identifying vast cosmic objects, artificial intelligence is helping us better understand the universe every day.

We’re pleased to see the Department of Energy leading the way in making use of these exciting new technologies, and we’re looking forward to working closely with the new Office of Artificial Intelligence and Technology.”

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Director, Bill Goldstein: “Along with other National Labs, we at Lawrence Livermore have found AI to be an enabling tool for advancing the DOE nuclear security mission, leveraging the department’s unique high performance computing resources.

I look forward to working with the new Artificial Intelligence and Technology Office to help ensure we realize the maximum benefit of this rich, rapidly evolving field of research for all the Department’s missions, and the national interest.”

At Los Alamos, these new AI tools contribute to our national security mission as well as everyday applications by strengthening our electric grid, better forecasting earthquakes and disease outbreaks, and enhancing cybersecurity.”

Anderson: “At NETL, AI and ML are indispensable tools and have vastly improved the way we innovate new fossil energy technologies and processes that lower costs, improve safety, reduce environmental risks, and provide cybersecurity.

We are working on applications of AI to better understand and control processes deep in the subsurface for carbon sequestration and safe and efficient unconventional hydrocarbon resource recovery as well as for the design, control, and optimization of the next generation of fossil electricity plants to integrate with renewables on the grid.

The DOE's system of National Labs has led the nation in making scientific breakthroughs using applied math and computer science, and we look forward to working with the new Artificial Intelligence and Technology Office to make the best use of AI to advance science and technology for the country.”

Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility Director, Stuart Henderson: “@JLab_news scientists and engineers are excited about ML and AI to enable better particle accelerators, more efficient particle detectors and streamlined data analysis &

Engaging artificial intelligence as an innovative tool has been instrumental in helping Argonne and its industry partners in a myriad of areas, such as identifying better ways to diagnose and treat cancer, increasing fuel efficiency, and discovering new materials for solar cells.

Artificial Intelligence, including machine learning, enables and is vital to the missions at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS), including diagnostics and big data analytics for stockpile stewardship experimentation, threat reduction tools for weapons of mass destruction, rapid and human-safe radiological threat assessments, and secure and reliable emergency communications.”

From advances in virtual and physical infrastructure protection to quantum computing, the department is finding new ways to engage citizens and conquer problems once thought unsolvable.

“AI has countless benefits that serve a crucial role in supporting the DOE’s mission, from bolstering our energy grid to powering smarter cities that benefit both citizens and our environment.

“By adding a focus on AI to their existing leadership in supercomputers, the DOE and its AITO, provide a playbook for scientific discovery and for harvesting the cascade of benefits that accrue to invention.”

“I believe that the artificial intelligence and high performance computing capabilities of the DOE has the potential to revolutionize brain science and help us find new treatments for these devastating brain diseases.

“The new energy department AI office will accelerate the development of new machine learning approaches to critical problems in transportation and the environment.

We firmly believe that artificial intelligence has great potential to improve and modernize our manufacturing and production operations in areas such as predictive maintenance, in-process monitoring, real-time process adjustments, and data analytics.”

Rick Perry said in statement that the new office would “concentrate our existing efforts while also facilitating partnerships and access to federal data, models and high performance computing resources for America’s AI researchers.”

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