The head of the UK's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has advised businesses developing AI systems to incorporate security into the technology from the outset to avoid mistakes made during the development of the internet. In a speech on Wednesday, Lindy Cameron said that the digital infrastructure relied upon today was vulnerable, as it had not been designed with security as a core requirement. Cameron warned that a similarly flawed ecosystem for AI could be built unless a 'security by design' approach was taken to its development, including predicting potential attacks and identifying ways to mitigate them.
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