AI Protects State From Cyber Attacks Amid Debate Over Sweeping Regulatory Proposals

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The use of AI is increasingly under scrutiny and its potential regulation is at issue as the legislative session grinds toward a conclusion.

By John Ferraro, CTNewsJunkie.com 

Amid the debate over how much the state should regulate artificial intelligence in the private sector, state government is being protected from cyber attacks by AI technology that is making security decisions on the spot.

Cyber security companies CrowdStrike and Abnormal Security are two of nine firms used by state agencies that provide AI services. For some, such as Microsoft and Zoom, those services are a fraction of what they supply the state.

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