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Microsoft promotes trust in AI at Microsoft Secure event

by MSCN Reporter
Staff Writer,

On March 28, Microsoft hosted the Microsoft Secure online conference, sharing new developments in cybersecurity, especially in light of AI models like ChatGPT. The event highlighted emerging threats, new generative AI capabilities, privacy options, and other developments.

The company also revealed Microsoft Security Copilot, a generative AI offering that combines GPT-4 with threat intelligence capabilities.

“As we move into this new era, all of us who build AI, deploy AI, and use AI have a collective obligation to do so in ways that foster positive impact and promote trust,” Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella told attendees.

Nadella noted that trust in AI will depend on core principles: an organization's ownership of their own data, the expectation of privacy of data so it won't be used in training foundational models, and protection of that data and the AI models by Microsoft.

Nadella admitted that there are serious challenges related to cybersecurity. Cyberattacks already cost organizations worldwide $6 trillion and that number is expected to rise to $10 trillion by 2025. Since September 2021, the number of password attacks per second has risen from 579 to 1,287. Moreover, there is a worldwide shortage of 3.5 million cybersecurity professionals.

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