Category: Ethics of Computer Science
The future has arrived: Welcome to the second quantum revolution. But what does this mean for Cybersecurity?
- Allgemein, Artificial Intelligence, ChatGPT and Language Models, Deep Learning, Ethics of Computer Science, Teaching and Learning
Utilizing Machine Learning for SOTA results in Automated Program Repair
Einstieg Eine Firma namens “Tools for Humanity GmbH” entwickelt Tools, um das Internet menschlicher zu machen, den Weg für ein weltweites bedingungsloses Grundeinkommen zu ebnen und unabhängig prüfbare Wahlen zu ermöglichen. Das Ganze auch noch Open Source, für alle, und Werte hat sie auch noch, diese Firma. Doch bevor wir uns nun alle dort bewerben, […]
- Allgemein, Artificial Intelligence, ChatGPT and Language Models, Ethics of Computer Science, Secure Systems
Abb. 1: Hacking-Katze, die dabei ist, ChatGPT zu jailbreaken, Darstellung KI-generiert “Ich würde lügen, würde ich behaupten, dass kein Chatbot bei der Erstellung dieses Blogeintrags psychischen Schaden erlitten hat” – Anonymes Zitat eines*r CSM-Studierenden 1 Einleitung 1.1 Bedeutung des Themas und Relevanz in der heutigen digitalen Welt Seit 2020 das Large Language Model (LLM) GPT-3 […]
The Corona pandemic has worsen racism towards some ethnic groups, but it has not created something that was not already there. This article examines how racism has developed during the Corona pandemic. In addition, a study will be referred to which examines psychological aspects of the perception of ethnicity under scarcity.
Find out how AI may become an attack vector! Could an attacker use your models against your? Also, what’s the worst that could happen? Welcome to the domain of adversarial AI!
Introduction Who hasn’t seen a cinema production in which an AI-based robot threatens individual people or the entire human race? It is in the stars when or if such a technology can really be developed. With this series of blog entries we want to point out that AI does not need robots to cause damage. […]
Election campaigns are increasingly carried out in social networks to influence voters. Social bots are being used for this purpose, which raises the question of how much influence they have on voters and whether they can even endanger a democracy. Furthermore, the question arises as to who can be held responsible for this and how users of social networks can protect themselves against social bots.
Artificial intelligence has a great potential to improve many areas of our lives in the future. But what happens when these AI technologies are used maliciously? Sure, a big topic may be autonomous weapons or so called “killer robots”. But beside our physical security – what about our digital one? How the malicious use of […]
With the ever-increasing complexity of artificial systems that aid humans in their daily and work lives, their operation procedures have grown more complicated and the potential for mishandling is higher than ever before. In the IT world, modern systems that must serve hundreds of millions of customers simultaneously and reliably have grown so complex that […]