Josh and Kurt discuss security automation. Machine learning, AI, and a bunch of moral and philosophical boundaries that new future will bring. You’ve been warned.
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Original article title: Open Source Security Podcast: Episode 30 – I’m not an expert but I’ve been yelled at by experts.
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