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Celebrated technology entrepreneur, Mike Lynch, explores the recent stunning advances in AI but warns of some of the misunderstood difficulties with these advanced technologies.
Darktrace Advisory Board member, Dr Lynch, discusses why we can expect to see more and more weaponized AI as 2018 becomes the year of the machine-on-machine attack.
A version of this article appeared in Wired.
A version of this article appeared in Huffington Post.
Dr Lynch explores the troubling phenomenon of fake news and why technology should be seen as part of a solution to provide checks and balances on humans’ intent on exploiting it.
A version of this article in Cambridge Business.
Technologist Mike Lynch takes a look at how the role of data has changed and why it may well be the new oil. Both valuable, of strategic national importance – and a security risk.
In this blog, Dr Lynch discusses the impact of an e-democracy and whether polling stations in our pockets would lead to a fairer society.
Invoke Capital founder Mike Lynch discusses Microsoft’s failed teenage chat bot and whether it raises concerns over humans’ (rather than AI’s) moral judgment.
Serial technology entrepreneur Mike Lynch discusses the significance of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise and why technology in particular is such a crucial part of the UK’s contribution to the world stage.
While the developing world adopts technology at a remarkable pace, Dr Lynch explores why NGOs are stuck with outdated tech and why it’s crucial they catch up in order to continue to do good.
As we embark on a new era of machine intelligence, Mike Lynch discusses the reality of unsupervised machine learning and its applications to the world around us.
A version of this article appeared in Cambridge News.
2015 marked the beginning of a new era in cyber defense – two fully autonomous artificial intelligences go to war in anger: an attacker and a defender. The battlefield was a corporate network and the prize, control of the company. By Dr Mike Lynch, OBE FREng FRS.