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MSP280. TikTok Saves The World

Matt Armitage , Founder, Kulturpop

10-May-24 11:00

MSP280. TikTok Saves The World

Rich and Matt dive into the complex intersection of technology, security, and information warfare. Starting with TikTok's recent controversies and the US government's push to force its sale, the discussion explores the challenges of regulating social media platforms amidst geopolitical tensions.

Moving to the battle against misinformation, an MIT study is using AI chatbots to counter conspiracy theories through factual, non-judgmental conversations - potentially reshaping deeply held beliefs. However, concerns arise about the potential misuse of AI models to spread tailored disinformation.

The pair also covers a novel hacking technique that exploits processor speed fluctuations to extract sensitive data from air-gapped systems, highlighting the ever-evolving cat-and-mouse game between attackers and defenders.

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Produced by: Richard Bradbury

Presented by: Richard Bradbury

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Categories:  technology

Tags:  social media regulationsocial media platformsartificial intelligencechatbots

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