In the previous post, we looked at Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in general terms. Machine learning and artificial intelligence are both extremely powerful technology buzzwords these days when it comes to parsing through the enormous amount of data that is readily available to today’s systems. Machine learning is a specialized form of AI that allows computers the ability to “learn” from data automatically.
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Organizations are having difficult times trying to keep up with the security levels needed to eliminate or at least minimize modern cyber security problems. As technologies evolve, so do the skills of cyber criminals. The main goal of advanced mechanisms to combat the growing numbers of attacks is to identify the weak points before the hackers do. From identity theft to credit card numbers being taken away, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence play an instrumental role in establishing new standards for cyber security. While the potential of Big Data is vast, it might lag behind as a standalone tool to deal with hackers due to the enormous volume of data to analyze. This is when machine learning becomes a missing piece of the puzzle that puts artificial intelligence in place to scale the use of big data by managing the insights coming from multiple sources with the help of the machines.