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類央 安藤

類央 安藤

Ph.D. in Media and Governance, Specially Appointed Associate Professor / Center for Cybersecurity Research and Development

Dr. Ruo Ando graduated from the Keio University Department of Policy Management (International Political Science) and received his Ph.D. in Media and Governance from the Keio University Graduate School of Media and Governance. He worked as a researcher at the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology before taking his current position in 2016. His awards include a special research award from the US Air Force Office of Scientific Research in September 2003, an Outstanding Leadership award at DASC2009 (China) in December 2009, and a research paper award at the Internet Conference in October 2013.

Monday, 05 August, 2019 10:30 AM|Monday, 05 August, 2019 11:30 AM

Guest Keynote: Prometheus on Technological Singularity: Survival tech in an age of emergent AI

As deep reinforcement learning has become more widespread, cases have been observed of AI exhibiting emergent properties toward humans.
In this session, focusing on singularity (a certain point in time when rapid technological innovation takes place), I will discuss the relationship between people and AI in the IT security field from three perspectives: 1) Emergent properties, 2) Predictive cost, and 3) Anti-vulnerability. I will also introduce a methodology for countering the risk of complexed AIs using asymmetry and optionality.

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