A Sussex expert says criminals may use artificial intelligence to commit ‘terrorist acts or murders’

Comments (0) Criminals could use artificial intelligence to commit “terrorist acts or murders”, a cyber-security expert from Sussex has said. Jason Fry, a specialist at PAV i.t. services said internet fraudsters caused £1 billion of damages to companies across the UK last year but chillingly warned that bad guys will be after more than just money in 2017. He believes more than ever there are very real possibilities of cyber-crime being used to execute large-scale terrorist attacks, assassinations and even murders. And the emerging market of driverless cars, which are also able to park themselves and be controlled remotely, along with medicines that can be self-administered by personal devices and the popularity of drones gives us an indication of the automation which can be expected in the future. He said: “Cyber-criminals…


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