Google Brain Deep Learning Team Teaches Neural Networks To Invent Their Own Encryption

We often joke about certain advances in technology leading to Skynet scenarios where machines wage war with humans, but sometimes it feels inevitable. Take for example what a team of researchers from Google Brain, Google’s deep learning project, have discovered. In our quest to advance machine learning capabilities, neural networks are now able to devise their own encryption schemes, which in turn could allow them to communicate in secret with each other.Potential for human extinction aside, it’s a rather fascinating thing. Neural networks are computer systems loosely modeled after the neural structure of the brain. Researchers Martin Abadi and David Andersen demonstrated that neural networks can devise a simple encryption technique using machine learning. What’s more, they can do it without being taught specific cryptographic algorithms.This is basic level encryption…


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