Can AI help distinguish between conspiracy theories and truth?
We've seen in the last few years how 'viral' theories and conspiracies have swirled in social media and our communities to appear truthful (2016: Pizzagate?).
Can AI help us verify the narrative and complex constructions and connections?
Researchers from the University of California have developed an approach that automates social media analysis in specific recent examples such as COVID, anti-vax movement and QAnon. Could this be an early warning system of social unrest/ disruption centred in misinformation & distrust?
Researchers from MIT have open sourced a synthetic data vault for data scientists. This could revolutionise and accelerate data science applications as it seeks to reduce privacy and security risk inherent in sensitive datasets.https://sdv.dev/image credit: statice.ai
Cybersecurity is a flourishing field. You can thank cybercriminals for that – just not out loud. Cybersecurity is a very serious issue indeed. As humankind relies more and more upon secure and safe networks of computers to communicate, do business, store data, and so much more, nefarious actors have gained exponentially more power to manipulate these systems. Studying for a cybersecurity master's is a great wayhttps://paraphrasingtool.site/blog/7-career-paths-to-follow-after-cybersecurity-degree