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Worms, viruses and "Machine learning"

I was just wondering if, by using machine learning, can malwares spread across the Internet, become stronger over time and become invulnerable to any solutions??? (Just a random thought, I don't wanna see the world burn)

4/19/2018 4:15:48 PM

android baloch

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If there really is some kind of self-learning worm out there, then all we need is a self-learning antivirus software. :>

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FireEye uses ML in their malware defense / adaptive cloud. I think...a meaningful step towards invulnerability would require an AI to exceed its container, i.e., grasp and prepare for physical universe contingencies.

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Can you clearify the phrase "They can be EASY DIFFICULT to manipulate"???

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What I meant was some are easy but also difficult if that makes sens

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me too XD...but yeah i think it is possible for them to spread but i also think they can be stopped because if you think about it its human made and human made things are very easy difficulty to manipulate

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Fight machine learning with... machine learning. Just as malware can do it, so can cyber security solutions (check out Cyberbit) do it and mimic the malware's varying patterns. I don't think there's something completely immune.