Published:  April 29, 2019

Artificial Intelligence: “The Next – Nuclear Arms Race – Space Race – To the Edge”

It may be difficult to figure out where and how Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its various sub-types (Machine Learning, Deep Learning, etc.) fit into our world as we move into the future. In some cases it seems straightforward; AI/ML speech recognition is astoundingly good and can be applied across many domains in a meaningful way. This edition of the CSIAC Journal highlights three very different views of complex situations where AI might, should, and does intersect with our ability to use AI effectively. Domain experts provide understanding of the thought that is involved in “getting into” AI.

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Features and Operation of an Autonomous Agent for Cyber Defense

An ever increasing number of battlefield devices that are capable of collecting, processing, storing, and communicating information are rapidly becoming interconnected. The staggering number of connected devices on the battlefield greatly increases the possibility that…

Cloud Security Monitoring with AI-ML Infused Technologies

This article discusses how to apply security log monitoring capabilities for Amazon Web Services (AWS) Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) cloud environments. It will provide an overview of AWS CloudTrail and CloudWatch Logs, which can…

Staying Ahead of the Race – Quantum Computing and Cybersecurity

Cryptography is an integral part of a cybersecurity professional’s toolkit. It is used for Confidentiality, Integrity, Non-repudiation and more. Cryptosystems are the cornerstone for securing communication, data and information systems globally and are deeply embedded…

Artificial Intelligence the Next “Nuclear Arms Race” – “Space Race To The Edge”

Figuring out where and how Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its various sub-types (Machine Learning, Deep Learning, etc.) fit into our world as we move into the future is difficult. In some cases it seems straightforward;…