Is Hybrid AI the future of cyber-security?

April 21, 2016Share this content: The future of cyber-security looks part human and part machine, according to MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory but what does the broader industry think? When people fail, could machines do it better? According to researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), working with machine-learning startup, PatternEx, the future of cyber-security could be part-human and part-bot. A newly published paper from MIT suggests that the prototype AI2 system it has developed combines machine learning with human analysis to end up with an 85 per cent successful cyber-attack prediction rate. The MIT researchers maintain that analyst-driven security systems miss too many attacks as they rely upon humans to create rules that have to be matched. On the other hand, machine-learning solutions rely…


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