Data is the new currency. It's the stock in trade for social media companies, and always has been for marketing companies like Acxiom. Data enables our vehicles and guides our commuter trains; it makes us more healthy through fitness trackers and medical records; it powers artificial intelligence. But what happens when data is corrupted, or worse, when bad data is fed into models that have a material outcome on our lives and society at large?
The espionage community has dealt with false intelligence for as long as humans learned to lie, but are we, the cybersecurity community, prepared to recognize bad data and are our models built for resilience to corrupt inputs?
Join Chris Poulin and Chris Roberts as they discuss the potential consequences of a world where we can't rely on our inputs, where AI has run amok, and whether blockchain has a role in ensuring the integrity of our data's chain of trust.