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Artificial intelligence is on everybody’s lips these days, but there are also many misconceptions about what AI actually is and isn’t. We unpack the basics and examine AI’s broader implications.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is clearly the topic du jour as technologies that fall under the umbrella term of AI become increasingly woven into the fabric of our everyday lives. But what do we actually talk about when we talk about AI? What is AI, really? What else does it encompass beyond ChatGPT and other generative AI tools?

Indeed, while AI is on everyone’s lips these days and the latest and greatest in AI applications draws breathless news coverage, there are also many misconceptions about what AI actually is – so much so that you would be forgiven for not always having a clear understanding of the fundamentals of AI. When things are developing at warp speed, you need to take a step back and look at the basics – this is where the inaugural episode of ESET’s new podcast comes in.

Watch as the podcast host Alžbeta Kovaľová and ESET security evangelist Ondrej Kubovič peek under the hood of AI and discuss the current state of AI and the underlying technologies that make it possible. They look at AI and its implications especially in the context of personal cybersecurity and privacy, because as the potential of the world-changing technology grows, the perils are also becoming apparent. Is AI a friend or a foe, or both? It pays to know what, or who, you’re dealing with. Our podcast has you covered.

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