IBM’s AI Watson might be solving cyber-crime by end of year

May 16, 2016Share this content: IBM Watson IBM will train its Watson artificial intelligence system to solve cyber-crimes, the tech giant announced. Big Blue will spend the next year working with eight universities to help the Watson AI learn how to detect potential cyber-threats. The eight educational institutes include California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; Pennsylvania State University; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; New York University; the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC); the University of New Brunswick; the University of Ottawa and the University of Waterloo. The cognitive system will process large amounts of information and students will train up Watson by annotating and feeding the system security reports and data, according to IBM. This data also includes information from IBM’s X-Force research library, which contains more than 100,000 documented vulnerabilities.…

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