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Artificial Intelligence - how could it potentially help bridge the Cyber-skills

How could AI potentially save the cyber-security industry – Peter Warren, journalist and thought leader on AI, will chair this session on how AI should be in the interest and control of the people for the people – and how it will impact on businesses from a legal perspective.

Speakers include: Pete Warren, Chairman at Cyber Security Research Institute and Andrew Jones, Professor of Cyber Security at University of Hertfordshire.
Recorded Oct 4 2017 76 mins
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