Using AI for Digital Risk Protection – Conversation in the Cloud – Episode 262

November 11th, 2021 |
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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: James Carnall from ZeroFOX joins host Jake Smith to talk about AI-powered digital risk protection across the internet, including text, images and video, to identify threats ranging from deep fakes and fraud to potential cyberattacks. James explains why the ZeroFOX team worked directly with Intel for over a year to optimize their processes, such as improving inference performance with OpenVINO. James and Jake talk about how the rising volume of disinformation can have a negative financial impact on companies of all kinds and explain the limitations of relying on biometrics to thwart theft.

For more information, visit: builders.intel.com/docs/aibuilders/zerofox-uses-intel-ai-technologies-to-protect-businesses-against-targeted-social-and-digital-attacks.pdf

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