Hacking A United Airliner Or Tesla In Under 60 Seconds

Hacking A United Airliner Or Tesla In Under 60 Seconds

Hacking A United Airliner Or Tesla In Under 60 Seconds

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Will anything be safe in the future? Will every item we have be subject to hacking, from our pacemakers to our lawn mowers. Will we have to pay ransoms to make our irrigation systems work again? Could our car shut down one day and we receive a text message asking for $25 dollars or our car won’t start again? What will be truely safe in the future?

Is it possible that in time nothing will be safe? We will all be looking over our shoulders and wondering what will happen to us? Sounds like a frightening future to occur?

Nefarious agents are constantly developing more complex AI systems to hack into secure networks. So much of the criminal element has shifted over the last 2 decades onto the cyber landscape that the criminal cyber market has grown into an extremely large and global situation that can affect anyone. Now that governments and large organizations must trust AI as a major line of defense, validation and explainability becomes key.

When will we finally arrive at a place of safety, clearly it will necessitate the evolution of much greater and more powerful artificial intelligence to combat the growing threat around the world to people and governments.