Cybercrime

How an artificial brain could help us outsmart hackers

More than a million new malware programmes are created every day. Deep learning can help us stop them. Image: REUTERS/Kacper Pempel/Illustration

Eli David

Co-founder and CTO, Deep Instinct

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