Li Bo, 32, is a Chinese-born artificial intelligence researcher specialising in adversarial learning, a field that focuses on machine learning and computer security. Photo: Handout Li Bo, 32, is a Chinese-born artificial intelligence researcher specialising in adversarial learning, a field that focuses on machine learning and computer security. Photo: Handout
Li Bo, 32, is a Chinese-born artificial intelligence researcher specialising in adversarial learning, a field that focuses on machine learning and computer security. Photo: Handout

How a Chinese scientist in the US is helping defend AI systems from cyberattacks

  • Artificial intelligence can be vulnerable to attacks that are invisible to humans but wreak havoc on computer systems
  • Li Bo, an award-winning scientist, leads a team that works with IBM and financial institutions to defend against cyberattacks

Topic |   Artificial intelligence
Li Bo, 32, is a Chinese-born artificial intelligence researcher specialising in adversarial learning, a field that focuses on machine learning and computer security. Photo: Handout Li Bo, 32, is a Chinese-born artificial intelligence researcher specialising in adversarial learning, a field that focuses on machine learning and computer security. Photo: Handout
Li Bo, 32, is a Chinese-born artificial intelligence researcher specialising in adversarial learning, a field that focuses on machine learning and computer security. Photo: Handout
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