Jungle Disk CEO: After Machines Learn, Hacking Methods Will Evolve

San Antonio—When people consider the potential downside of machine learning and artificial intelligence, it often leans toward the extreme: “The Terminator” or, perhaps, “The Matrix.” But other threats that may be less ominous are likely far more realistic. An example: A hacker could use an artificial intelligence tool, which has been trained to interact with you like a spouse or a friend might, to trick you into divulging private data, like a social security number or a birth date. That scenario came from Bret Piatt, the CEO of San Antonio startup Jungle Disk, during a weekly podcast and radio hour he hosts about Internet and computer security. In the program’s inaugural episode on Sept. 24, “Machine learning and its security implications,” Piatt chatted with Charlie Rentschler, who works on the…


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