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Tech Tuesday: Threats From Artificial Intelligence, Violent Video Games

Kemberly Groue
U.S. Air Force
Maj. Joshua D. Pitler, 81st Operations Support Flight commander, operates an Unmanned Aerial System, more commonly known as a drone, Dec. 8, 2015, at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss.

Advancements in artificial intelligence could potentially lead to more cyber threats in the future. Drones, self-driving cars, and surveillance systems could be targets of malicious AI technology. We'll take a look at these threats and what experts suggest to prevent them. 

Also, we'll look at the effects violent video games can have on young minds.


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