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New York power plant's use of artificial intelligence raises questions of cyberattack risks

New York power plant's use of artificial intelligence raises questions of cyberattack risks

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by December 27, 2019 Blog

New York power plant's use of artificial intelligence raises questions of cyberattack risks

Americans are increasingly connected to the virtual world through phones, computers, and smart appliances. Now even vital utilities, like power and water grids, are going digital. Only on “CBS This Morning,” we got access to a massive power plant near Niagara Falls, New York. It is upgrading its systems with artificial intelligence, raising concerns among some security experts about the dangers from hackers. Errol Barnett reports.

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