Artificially intelligent (AI) decisions must be trustworthy for all parties involved. Not only to gain the desired acceptance and acceptability, but also to advance Europe as a location for AI, says Prof. Ali Sunyaev. In an interview, the professor of Computer Science at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) explains what makes AI trustworthy and reliable.
Month: July 2020
KI Service - Industrie 4.0
Whether autonomous vehicles or smart chatbots – cyber attackers can trick artificially intelligent software models. “Hackers can manipulate neural networks and lead them astray,” says Nurullah Demir, an expert in cybersecurity and AI. How algorithms can be sabotaged and protected.