The world has seen numerous major cyber attacks in the past couple of years, with targets ranging from government agencies to health insurers to entertainment companies. A group of scientists at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) are working to create a line of defense against these threats to privacy and security. They’ve developed an AI that can detect attacks on networks as they happen, 85 percent of the time. AI2, short for Artificial Intelligence Squared, looks at data to detect suspicious activity. It does so by clustering the data into meaningful patterns and then presents its findings…

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