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By satyamkapoor |Email | Jan 5, 2018 | 12513 Views

Dr. Adrian Nish, the head of intelligence at BAE systems has issues a warning saying that there is war going to start soon of "defenders vs attackers" largely caused by the new developments in technology. 
He said: "The year 2018 could be when we see the first battle of the AI bots.
"It's inevitable that attackers will begin to incorporate machine learning and AI at the same rate as network defence tools. We may already be at this point, with online Twitter bots able to react to emerging events and crafting messages to respond".
"These phishing messages will be so realistic that the target will fall for them. Such advances in AI will take us to the next stage in defenders versus attackers, and we need to be ready."
Dave Palmer, the director of technology at Darktrace which is a security business predicts that phishing tactics being used online could evolve further and become capable of outsmarting the savviest online user. He warned against harmful software that has the ability to identify how a user's writing style changes depending on the person they are engaging with. Hackers could potentially use this to send contextual messages in different languages to a user's contacts in order to spread malware. 
Other experts predicts that hackers could even sabotage users' data rather than just steal it. 
Asaf Ashkenazi, from security company Rambus, stated that Internet of Things (IoT) devices such as smartphones and tablets, will be รข??low-hanging fruit for attackers".

He declared: "If security isn't internally integrated, then these IoT devices will be low-hanging fruit for attackers, who will always target the path of least resistance. Customer service company, Servion, demonstrated the size and scale of AI growth in the next two years alone. It predicts that by 2020, 95 per cent of all customer service interactions will involve a form of AI.It cites that rapid growth will be seen this year.
The company's Shashi Nirale stated: "Advances in speech recognition, biometric identification, and neurolinguistics will also mean that as we interact with businesses and brands via voice, our experiences will become increasingly conversational and human-like."

Source: HOB