Researchers from Google's Brain division have released an academic paper which details how they were able to get neural networks to create their own encryption standard, and communicate between each other.
Google's Brain researchers have released a paper named “Learning to protect communications with adversarial neural cryptography” which has detailed how, when tasked, its AI technology has been able to create its own cryptography standard.
Jacob Ginsberg, senior director at Echoworx told SC Media: “It has the potential to dramatically increase security. It'll be interesting to see how this technology develops over the next few years and what the adoption levels among businesses will be.”
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