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Fortinet Predicts Highly Destructive and Self-learning ‘Swarm’ Cyberattacks in 2018

Fortinet Predicts Highly Destructive and Self-learning ‘Swarm’ Cyberattacks in 2018

Fortinet, the global leader in high-performance cybersecurity solutions, today unveiled predictions from the Fortinet FortiGuard Labs global research team about the threat landscape for 2018.

Go is an ancient strategy board game that’s been popular for at least 2,500 years.

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AI wins as Google algorithm beats No. 1 Go player

Google’s computer algorithm AlphaGo narrowly beat the world’s top-ranked player in the ancient Chinese board game of Go on Tuesday, reaffirming the arrival of what its developers tout as a ground-breaking new form of artificial intelligence.

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Facebook Introduces ‘M’ digital assistant

Facebook launched its digital assistant named “M” for US users of its Messenger application, ramping up the social network’s efforts in artificial intelligence. For users of the messaging platform, M will pop up and suggest “helpful actions” in the chat window.

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MWC 2017: Offline AI revolution awaits smartphones

The smartphone revolution is poised to go onto the next level — with “superphones” equipped with artificial intelligence now on the horizon. By learning their owners’ habits, these new phones will be able to carry out tasks even when they’re offline.

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In October 2015, the computer algorithm AlphaGo, created by the Google-owned company DeepMind, beat European champion Fan Hui by 5 games to 0. This was the first time that a computer program has defeated a human professional player in the full-sized game of Go, a feat previously thought to be at least a decade away. In March 2016, Google made history when its artificial intelligence (AI), AlphaGo, beat Go professional Lee Sedol, world champion, by 4 games to 1. In a 6-day tournament in Seoul, a historic battle of human and artificial intelligence was watched by a reported 100 million people around the world.

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