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Wednesday July 17, 2024 9:00am - 10:40am EDT
This workshop will involve giving an explanation of various security risks posed by Artificial Intelligence, such as data privacy, misinformation, and bias/untrustworthy AI. A particular focus will be on emerging trends in Generative AI.
Participants will then partake in a hands on session where they will be able to test malicious uses of AI (i.e. creating a deepfake, predicting discriminatory information, social engineering), and then will be given exposure to approaching AI from a security standpoint (AI Red Teaming, AI Threat Modeling, Threat Detection with AI).

This workshop will not involve in-depth technical expertise, but will be a strong jumping off points for how to convey the security implications of new technologies and provide examples of hands-on activities.

Mark Paes

Member of Technical Staff, Carnegie Mellon University
Mark is a researcher at the CERT division Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute, where he evaluates issues in human-centric security and privacy with a special focus in Artificial Intelligence. Alongside this, he works as an Adjunct Professor at George Mason... Read More →
Wednesday July 17, 2024 9:00am - 10:40am EDT
Commonwealth Ballroom

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