Can We Possibly Write Cyber Security Intelligence Software that Thinks?

Can We Possibly Write Cyber Security Intelligence Software that Thinks?

Artificial Intelligence in Cyber Security 

This has been the endeavor of many before me, and probably many after me. My hope is that someone, or some group, cracks the barrier to true  cyber security intelligence in my lifetime. It will be a cool thing to witness.

In the meantime, we will continue to write less than true Artificial Intelligence code in order to approach the goal. The phrase "fake it 'til you make it" comes to mind. We can mimic the cognitive processes until we actually author cognition.

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Artificial Intelligence for InfoSec in Cybersecurity is Here (...To Stay)

Artificial Intelligence for InfoSec in Cybersecurity is Here (...To Stay)

Artificial Intelligence for InfoSec (AI) has wavered up and down in reputation over the decades. Sometimes it is seen as being on the brink of great breakthroughs. At other times it is seen as an impossibility. My opinion is; it’s already here. Mostly due to my definition of AI.

Defining Artificial Intelligence for InfoSec

Alan Turing’s definition was written in his paper “Computing Machinery and Intelligence.” He proposed a test that defined AI by judging whether or not the behavior of the machine was indistinguishable from that of a human.

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