Google Brain says machines can keep secrets

Google Brain says machines can keep secrets. Image credit: The Miduit. Google Brain researchers Martín Abadi and David Andersen proved computers powered by artificial intelligence (AI) could keep secrets. In the past, Google’s AI composed a song, and now it can allow computers to protect messages from prying eyes. In the experiment, the team of Google’s deep learning research project showed neural networks, also known as neural nets, could work without the need of humans. Computers made up an encryption without the developers’ intervention. Compared to the systems currently designed by humans, the resulting encryption technique is simple. More impressive is the fact that neural nets are not meant to be great at cryptography. In fact, researchers didn’t teach computers cryptographic algorithms. The Google Brain unit merely perfected the role of the three…

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