VentureBeat May 27, 2023
Dan Schiappa, Arctic Wolf

This month, we saw top government officials meet with leading tech executives, including the Alphabet and Microsoft CEOs, to discuss advancements in AI and Washington’s involvement. But as quickly as the ChatGPT, Bard and other well-known generative AI models are advancing, American businesses have to know that malicious actors representing the world’s most successful hacking groups and aggressive nation-states are building their own generative AI replicas — and they won’t stop for anything.

There’s ample reason for experts to be concerned about the overwhelming speed with which generative AI could transform the technology industry, the medical industry, education, agriculture and nearly any other industry in not only America, but the world. Movies like The Terminator, for example, provide plenty of...

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