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The Royal Institution
21 Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4BS
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Cost £7 – £16
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Due to the complexities and related risks provided by the ubiquitous deployment of AI there is an ever increasing need to provide users with security and privacy, while living online and surrounded by connected devices. During the talk we will debate the current and future role of AI, namely machine learning and game theory, AI-enabled cybersecurity problems and how AI can help to increase user privacy and safety from AI algorithms both online and in the physical world.

Michal Pechoucek is the Chief Technology Officer at Avast. He leads the core technology and R&D teams and is also responsible for Avast's scientific research in the field of artificial intelligence, machine learning and cybersecurity. He also lectures at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the Czech Technical University in Prague and leads the Artificial Intelligence Centre which he founded in 2001. He has co-founded several technology start-ups, including Cognitive Security, AgentFly Technologies and Blindspot Solutions.

Q&A chaired by Michael Luck of King's College London

Part of the AI SCIENCE CAFÉ SERIES 2020

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