Building Threat Analyst Centaurs Using Artificial Intelligence

In chess, a “centaur” is a human and computer playing together as a team, to take advantage of their complementary strengths: the speed and storage capacity of the machine and the creativity and strategic eye of the human. For the two decades following the landmark defeat of Garry Kasparov, the reigning world champion in chess, by IBM’s Deep Blue computer in 1996, the combination of human and computer has created the strongest chess players of them all, far surpassing top human players and beating even the best chess computers. Some claim that computers have become fast enough that the efficiency afforded by human collaboration on a centaur team may no longer make a difference in chess, but the space of possible actions for threat actors is far more expansive than…


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