Artificial Intelligence & Cybersecurity
Recently, I’ve been delving into the world of cybersecurity and artificial intelligence (AI) and I’ve been wondering:
🤖 Can AI and cybersecurity work together?
Artificial intelligence is becoming increasingly important in the fight against cybercrime, but its use also raises concerns in terms of human rights and legal issues.
🧠 As stated in a recent article published by the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) (http://bit.ly/3Z2JUrW), protecting civilian data in the event of a cyber conflict is one of the main concerns.
In the case of cyber attacks, AI systems can be used to detect and block threats, but this may involve the processing of large amounts of personal data of civilians.
Moreover, the use of autonomous cyber weapons based on AI also raises concerns in terms of liability in the event of harm to non-involved parties.
To address these concerns, it is crucial that regulations and policies regarding the use of AI in the fight against cybercrime take into account legal and human rights issues. It is important for AI system developers for cybersecurity to ensure transparency and accountability in the design and use of such systems.
👨🏼⚖️ In conclusion, AI can be a powerful ally in the fight against cybercrime, but it is important to use it responsibly and adequately address legal and human rights concerns to ensure law-abiding use.