Google’s Artificial Intelligence Networks Have Developed Their Own Method Of Encryption

Google’s artificial intelligence is so smart it has developed its own method of encryption, according to a recent report from New Scientist. Google developers, Martín Abadi and David G. Andersen, detailed how three neural networks came up with a way to keep secret codes from one another in a new research paper. In its most simple explanation, the developers observed how three neural networks named Alice, Bob and Eve reacted to a task of sending notes to one another in secret. Alice was given a worded message note to share with Bob, and Eve was tasked with trying to decipher the code without assistance. In the beginning, Eve was easily able to decipher the message. But over 15,000 attempts, Alice developed her own encryption, taking the plain-text message to a…


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