Kicking-off the new season of the ISF Podcast, journalist Nicholas Witchell returns to put Steve Durbin, Chief Executive of the ISF, back in the ‘cyber hot-seat’.
In this ten-minute discussion, they touch on the need for transparency in data collection and usage, how to navigate the era of fake news, and the potential that secure e-voting has in expanding democratic rights to a larger segment of the population. With this in mind, Steve considers how these aspects are likely to impact the future of AI in business and security as a whole.
“…we all have to become a little bit more skeptical about the data that we’re seeing and providing…and I think there is an onus on the people who are collecting that data to increase the transparency about how they’re going to use it…”
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