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AI in Cyber Security: The Future of Cybersecurity

AI is still in its infancy and needs to overcome key challenges to reach its full potential. First, there is a lack of standards and regulations regarding the use of AI in cyber security. 

This carries the risk that the enterprise will be overly dependent on AI and make decisions that can have negative consequences.

Second, AI systems are often opaque, making it difficult for users to understand how they work and why they make decisions. 

This lack of transparency can lead to bugs that aren’t detected until it’s too late. After all, AI systems require a lot of data to train and function effectively.

This raises concerns about privacy and data security, as well as potential exploitation by malicious attackers. 

Despite these challenges, AI looks promising for the future of cybersecurity. As technology evolves, it’s important to tackle these challenges head-on so that AI can be used responsibly and effectively.

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