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AI and ML Demystified

August 29, 2018 | Faculty Reports | Big Data | By Marcus Ranum, IANS Faculty

Vendors are all hopping on the artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) bandwagon, but how can you cut through the hype and understand how to leverage AI and ML for practical security capabilities? In this report, IANS Faculty Marcus Ranum details exactly where AI and ML stand today, and offers some guidance for determining if/when they can help solve real security problems.
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