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Blake Schwank Addresses the Boon and Bane of ChatGPT in Veterans Voice: Exploring the Power and Dangers of AI in Today’s World

In a recent interview on Veterans Voice, renowned cybersecurity expert Blake Schwank weighed in on the capabilities and potential threats posed by Artificial Intelligence (AI) and ChatGPT. While ChatGPT offers numerous benefits to various sectors, Schwank points out that malevolent individuals can use this groundbreaking technology for malicious purposes. Consequently, he advises navigating the AI landscape and staying secure while reaping the benefits.

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ChatGPT: A Revolution in Artificial Intelligence

ChatGPT is an AI model developed by OpenAI, based on the GPT-4 architecture, which has redefined the world of content generation and interaction. The technology’s prowess in providing human-like responses has led to widespread adoption across various industries, including journalism, customer service, and content creation. However, its incredible abilities have also attracted the attention of ill-intentioned individuals who exploit its power for malicious ends.

Safeguarding Your Network and Steering Clear of AI-Enabled Scams

Schwank offers three invaluable tips to protect yourself from the negative aspects of ChatGPT and AI:

  1. Seeking AI’s help to bolster security: Leverage ChatGPT’s expertise by asking it to provide advice on securing your network. It can provide valuable insights and recommendations based on the latest security best practices.
  2. Recognizing AI-generated phishing emails: ChatGPT’s proficiency in creating grammatically accurate and contextually relevant content poses a challenge in identifying phishing emails. Stay vigilant and remember that AI can now craft near-perfect messages in multiple languages.
  3. Performing a sanity check: Always exercise caution before acting on any message, especially those involving financial transactions. Schwank suggests stopping, thinking, and questioning the legitimacy of an email before taking any action.

US Government’s Response to the Rising Threats in Cybersecurity

As AI-enabled threats increase, the US government has started taking action. The director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is pushing for “automobile-like” standards in cybersecurity to safeguard computers and IT systems across the board. This initiative will help establish a more secure cyber environment for businesses and individuals.

Embracing AI’s Potential While Staying Safe

In conclusion, ChatGPT and AI have the power to revolutionize various sectors and improve our daily lives. However, as with groundbreaking technology, they can also be exploited for nefarious purposes. By following Blake Schwank’s advice, we can continue to reap the benefits of AI while ensuring our digital safety.

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