New research from IP EXPO Europe uncovers the concerns the general public have about AI and cyber security.
With AI assistants part of our daily lives, new research from IP EXPO Europe, Europe's number one enterprise IT event, has found 60% of Brits are worried artificial intelligence (AI) will hack their internet connected devices.
The research, which studied the perception the UK public have towards AI used in both cyber security and cyber attacks, also found just over a quarter (26%) believe cyber criminals aren't capable of using AI, listing reasons for incapability as it being too expensive, too complicated to use and simply not having access to it. A startling result given the increasing availability of free AI software programs online, highlighting just how oblivious the UK public can be in regards to big technology issues.
When it comes to fending off cyber attacks, just 28% of the UK public believe organisations are more secure if they use AI. By contrast, 34% believe using AI for cyber security will make no...