Google’s neural networks invented an encryption system

The computers have a secret, and some people are worried. According to a story from New Scientist, researchers working on the Google Brain Project announced recently that computer systems they created based on a system of artificial neurons have not only created a basic encryption technique, but have learned how to keep it a secret. In a paper titled, “Learning to protect communications with adversarial neural cryptography,” researchers with the Google Brain Project, which is a deep learning research venture at Google, reported that two neural network systems they created worked together to come up with a message, encrypt the message and then decode it. In the paper, researchers said, “’We ask whether neural networks can learn to use secret keys to protect information from other neural networks.” That question…

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