MIT AI Researchers Make Breakthrough on Threat Detection

New artificial intelligence platform offers 3x detection capabilities with 5x fewer false positives. Researchers with MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) believe that can offer the security world a huge boost in incident response and preparation with a new artificial-intelligence platform it believes can eventually become a secret weapon in squeezing the most productivity from security analyst teams. Dubbed AI2, the technology has shown the capability to offer three times more predictive capabilities and drastically fewer false positive than todays analytics methods. CSAIL gave a sneak peek into AI2 in a presentation to the academic community last week at the IEEE International Conference on Big Data Security, which detailed the specifics of a paper released to the public this morning. The driving force behind AI2 is its blending…

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