Seminar

Security and Privacy in AI-based Systems
Security and Privacy in AI-based Systems

25/May/2021
25/May/2021

Speaker:

Jose M Such
Jose M Such

Institution:

King’s College London
King’s College London

Language :

EN
EN

Type :

Webinar
Webinar

Description:

Recent research has demonstrated that AI can introduce new risks and vulnerabilities in a system. In particular, I will talk about two main risks: security and privacy. I will show that attacks that can be performed to exploit AI models and attack the systems that use them, and that AI-based systems can be privacy-intrusive. I will then outline our current research and projects on making AI safer.

Dr Jose M Such is Reader in Security and Privacy at King’s College London and Director of the King’s Cybersecurity Centre, an Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research (ACE-CSR) recognised by NCSC (part of GCHQ) and EPSRC. Dr Such was Senior Lecturer at King’s College London from 2016 to 2018, and before that, he was Lecturer at Lancaster University from 2012 to 2016. His research interests are at the intersection between Artificial Intelligence, Human-Computer Interaction, and Cyber Security. His research has been funded through a multi-million pound portfolio of projects by UKRI, EPSRC, Google, ICO, UK Government, and InnovateUK.

Recent research has demonstrated that AI can introduce new risks and vulnerabilities in a system. In particular, I will talk about two main risks: security and privacy. I will show that attacks that can be performed to exploit AI models and attack the systems that use them, and that AI-based systems can be privacy-intrusive. I will then outline our current research and projects on making AI safer.

Dr Jose M Such is Reader in Security and Privacy at King’s College London and Director of the King’s Cybersecurity Centre, an Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research (ACE-CSR) recognised by NCSC (part of GCHQ) and EPSRC. Dr Such was Senior Lecturer at King’s College London from 2016 to 2018, and before that, he was Lecturer at Lancaster University from 2012 to 2016. His research interests are at the intersection between Artificial Intelligence, Human-Computer Interaction, and Cyber Security. His research has been funded through a multi-million pound portfolio of projects by UKRI, EPSRC, Google, ICO, UK Government, and InnovateUK.