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AI creativity will bloom in 2020, all thanks to true web machine learning

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Machine learning has been trotted out as a trend to watch for many years now. But there’s good reason to talk about it in the context of 2020. And that’s thanks to developments like TensorFlow.js: an end-to-end open source machine learning library that is capable of, among other features, running pre-trained AI directly in a web browser. Learn how true web machine learning is expected to foster AI creativity in an interesting The Next Web article:

How AI and Cybersecurity Will Intersect in 2020

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So much of the discussion about cybersecurity's relationship with artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) revolves around how AI and ML can improve security product functionality. However, that is actually only one dimension of a much broader collision between cybersecurity and AI. Learn about the new risks and threats posed by increased use of artificial intelligence: