The Near-Term Threats of Artificial Intelligence
November 5, 2018
At Money20/20, Galileo’s CEO and founder Clay Wilkes and renowned AI author Pedro Domingos took the stage to discuss the real and near-term threats weaponized AI poses to our financial institutions. The session titled, “Real Stories from the AI Arms Race in Cybersecurity and Fraud” revealed that the financial services industry takes on the highest cost from cyber-crime at an average of $18.3 million per company annually. And, they are at great risk being attacked by something smarter than the human mind – weaponized AI. Watch the full Money20/20 session below. https://youtu.be/yC3Lhbv-nt4
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