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It's not Machine Learning. It's Human Teaching! - Virtual Masterclass

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We humans have made a gigantic leap in the use of technology and are living through times where everything is almost possible. We have nurtured technologies that amplify and expand our reach and multiply the ways we can get to a solution. We have created artificial intelligence that is almost indistinguishable from human nature and, whether we like it or not, more capable in many, many tasks. One of them is cybersecurity and the discovery of patterns ‘hidden’ in a communication. The time has arrived for us to present the moral and ethical questions in the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning. The moment has come to wonder about the limits -if any- in the use of these technologies and what the future (of now) will be holding for us. Since, at the end of the day, it’s not the machines that are learning… but us. It’s not Machine Learning but how we, the people, teach machines the right way.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Professor Ramsés Gallego

Ramsés is a +20 year security professional with deep expertise in the Risk Management and Governance areas. He is now Strategist & Evangelist at the Office of the CTO in Symantec, where he defines the vision of the security discipline and evangelizes on its mission and strategy. Before, he was at Dell Security and CA Technologies for 5 and 8 years respectively, he was Regional Manager for SurfControl in Spain and Portugal, and also Chief Strategy Officer of the Security and Risk Management practice at Entelgy. Ramsés served for three years in ISACA’s CISM and CGEIT Certification Committees and also in the the Guidance & Practices Committee for three years from where deliverables are created for the community. Ramsés is a CISM , CGEIT and a CISSP . He is the proud owner of the SCPM from Stanford University, California, one of the first experts with the CCSK and an ITIL and COBIT Foundations certified professional.

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