AI vs HUMAN: Who created this article?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the way we do things, and cybersecurity is no exception.

AI has been used in cyber security for years now, but it’s only recently that we’ve started to see how AI can be used to make our lives easier and more secure. It’s hard to imagine life without AI; we use it every day in our phones, in our work, and even when we’re just trying to figure out what to eat for dinner.

AI is already making a difference in the world of cybersecurity by helping companies keep their customers safe from hackers and fraudsters. But there are still challenges ahead—and some experts aren’t sure if AI is going to be able to solve them all.

How does AI help with cybersecurity?

There are three main ways that AI has helped with cybersecurity:

1) It helps detect new vulnerabilities faster than humans ever could alone (which means you can find out about them before someone else does).

2) It can automate some processes so that you don’t have to spend time doing them manually (which means you’ll have more time for other important tasks like eating tacos).

3) It can predict future attacks based on past data (which means you’ll be prepared when an attack is about to happen).

The bottom line is that AI is going to change the world. But will it be a smooth transition, or a tumultuous one? Who knows? Here’s one thing we do know: security professionals can position their organizations to be on the leading edge of this trend, helping businesses stay ahead of competition, stop data breaches, and adjust accordingly to AI-driven changes in the marketplace.

Believe it or not. This blog post was created using Artificial Intelligence. This is only the start of a new future ahead of us.