Why algorithms are dangerous: what the role of aI should be in cybersecurity

Bram C.M. Cappers, Josh G.M. Mengerink, Joey van de Pasch

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Abstract

Automation is a popular and very important topic, but with our
brains still outperforming Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques,
humans are indispensable in security. Especially with respect to
pattern recognition and contextual reasoning, human are superior in
keeping false positive rates of automated techniques to a minimum.
We therefore still have a job to do and cannot go to the beach.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEuropean Cyber Security Perspectives 2019
Pages76-78
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 12 Mar 2019

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    Cappers, B. C. M., Mengerink, J. G. M., & van de Pasch, J. (2019). Why algorithms are dangerous: what the role of aI should be in cybersecurity. In European Cyber Security Perspectives 2019 (pp. 76-78)