Google using Gemini AI to fight Cyber Threats


Google’s Threat Intelligence teams have harnessed the power of their AI-driven Chatbot, Gemini, to empower customers in the ongoing battle against cyber threats. With Gemini’s assistance, the process of analyzing and mitigating threats will be significantly expedited. By swiftly identifying potential malware, customers will gain valuable insights more rapidly, affording them ample time to address threats with confidence.

In collaboration with the VirusTotal Community and leveraging Mandiant solutions tech, Google aims to utilize billions of signals emanating from devices and emails to intelligently combat threats. This multifaceted approach enhances the efficacy of threat management strategies.

Gemini users will also benefit from the ability to pose pertinent questions regarding cyber threat protection and the aftermath of digital attacks, thereby fostering a more informed and proactive approach to cybersecurity.

Meanwhile, reports indicate that Microsoft, following the recent open-sourcing of its ChatGPT model, is poised to unveil a new AI-based chatbot next year. Known as MAI-1, this advanced model is anticipated to surpass Google’s Gemini 1.5 Pro, boasting features not available in ChatGPT 3.0 and 4.0 iterations.

Leading the research and development of MAI-1 is Mustafa Suleyman, Co-Founder of DeepMind and AI startup Inflection. To support these efforts, Microsoft has allocated substantial resources, including NVIDIA graphic and processing units, to expedite the development of cutting-edge AI models across various domains.

While technology giants have the freedom to invest in AI-based technology research and development, it’s imperative that these endeavors adhere to scientific rigor and provide verifiable evidence of their utility. Failure to do so could have dire consequences, underscoring the importance of responsible AI development in safeguarding citizens’ well-being.

Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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