Extract from Eric De Grasse's article "Oh, crap! Even MORE stuff to worry about: malevolent machine learning can derail AI (thank you, Enron data set!)"
26 March 2019 (San Francisco, CA) — This week I am out in San Francisco for EmTech Digital, the annual “all-things-AI” event sponsored by MIT Technology Review. It covers a whirlwind of topics (just click on the link in the first line above and you will see what I mean) so I will cover just one that I thought our general audience might fancy: how malevolent machine learning could derail AI.
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