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Skynet Ahoy? What to Expect for Next-Gen AI Security Risks

As AI innovation rapidly progresses, experts are urging organisations to establish security standards and protocols by 2024 to mitigate risks. Large language models (LLMs) such as OpenAI’s GPT-4 and GPT-5, demonstrate potential for significant productivity but also pose security risks, including data leaks, misuse for malicious activity, and misleading outputs. Experts suggest combating these risks with AI-based security solutions, thorough understanding of AI capabilities, implementation of security policies pre-deployment, and a collective global effort to establish security standards for AI technology.

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