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As the power of artificial intelligence (AI) continues to advance, cybercriminals are increasingly eager to exploit its potential. Each day, new and alarming techniques for hacking, breaching, and cybercrime emerge, posing a significant threat to the security of our valuable and sensitive personal data.
The widespread adoption of AI and machine learning in 2023 has made it mainstream, but it also brings risks. Large language model-based AI systems (LLMs) can generate realistic human-like text and code, making them attractive tools for cybercriminals to create advanced malware.
This poses a challenge for cybersecurity as this malware can evade security measures and cause more damage. The availability of LLM technology may democratize cybercrime, attracting both experienced criminals and newcomers to experiment with cyber attacks.
LLMs also assist in crafting convincing phishing emails by eliminating errors that usually raise suspicion. Moreover, AI systems can generate fake voices to deceive voice identification systems or scam individuals.
However, AI can be used to combat cybercrime by analyzing vast amounts of data and continuously learning to identify and counter threats.
In this regard, SelfKey is utilizing the potential of AI when developing decentralized solutions, with the purpose of enhancing digital security. As recovering from data breaches can be a long, tedious and nightmarish experience, prevention is an absolute must.
Therefore, SelfKey proposes the following:
SelfKey iD - a novel method of digital identity verification which uses AI-Powered Proof of Individuality with the aim of preventing unlawful access to private accounts and systems by malicious bots or identity thieves.
SelfKey iD also utilizes proof of individuality (POI) staking as a method of enhancing digital security. By practicing recurrent selfie checks, it aims to make sure that the individual attempting to access an account is the true and authentic owner of said account.
Through this, SelfKey is striving to contribute to a more secure, decentralized digital future, by aiming to reduce the risk of data breaches and identity theft.
To stay ahead in this ever-evolving landscape, it is essential to maintain a constant race against emerging threats, harnessing the potential of new technologies to both counter cybercrime and defend against it.
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Tokenization - Could it Protect Your Digital Identity?
With the fast-paced evolution of modern technology, it’s crucial that we become familiar with the innovative concepts that will shape our digital future.
For this purpose, SelfKey aims to provide a comprehensive guide on tokenization, its benefits, its challenges, and how it may enhance digital privacy and security.
Web3: Incredible Advantages and Unexpected Risks
The internet has revolutionized society in every field, facilitating work, communication and learning like the world has never seen before. And now, its horizon seems to expand even further.
As we step into an incredibly immersive and innovative version of the World Wide Web, we have to make sure that we are familiar with two important concepts: Advantages and Risks.
Could watches and fitness trackers spot disease and pandemic threats?
Researchers at the University of South Australia are testing wearable technology that uses consumer-grade devices like smartwatches to detect early signs of infection. By measuring changes in sleep, skin temperature, breathing, and heart rate, they aim to train an artificial intelligence algorithm to identify when someone is getting sick.
The researchers hope to use AI algorithms to detect early signs of immune responses and enable individuals to make informed decisions about their health and social interactions. The technology could potentially lead to a future where outbreaks are better managed and targeted quarantine measures reduce the need for lockdowns.
"There is no harm in repeating a good thing." - Plato
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