Artificial intelligence (AI) is being introduced in every aspect of life at home, from smart speakers and home security cameras with person identification, to robotic vacuum cleaners and self-learning thermostats. Their security and privacy risks have been recognised for some time, but addressing them boils down to strengthening the readiness of both the systems and of the people using them. CHAI strengthens our readiness against AI cyber threats. The aim is to help users in protecting themselves against the security risks they will face in AI-enabled domestic environments (i.e. in our homes).
11 October 2022. Prof. Loukas provided oral evidence at the UK Parliament’s DCMS select committee on the security of connected technology, with particular suggestions on policies that can help citizens protect themselves against cyber threats on Internet of Things and AI-enabled systems.
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You may contact Prof. George Loukas using the following contact information.
University of Greenwich
Old Royal Naval College
+44 (0) 30 8331 9612
g.loukas [at] gre.ac.uk