NIST outlines cybersecurity vulnerabilities in AI system

05/01/2024 | NIST

The US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has released a new publication that explores how machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) systems can be exploited. The publication warns that AI systems can malfunction when trained on untrustworthy data and how attackers are taking advantage of this vulnerability. The new guidance outlines the various types of cyberattacks and provides mitigation approaches, but it also cautions that there is currently no foolproof method for safeguarding AI from misdirection.

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