Experts Warn AI Program Can Steal Our Passwords
The New York Post says hackers may use artificial intelligence to steal passwords in the future. Researchers trained an AI model to identify keyboard sounds.
The AI program reproduced the keyboard sounds and was able to identify passwords with a 95% accuracy rate. Cyber experts are calling the attack an “acoustic side channel attack.”
Should we be worried about the use of AI in the future? I am not really to worried about what the experts are saying because I have lived through many challenges and changes in the tech world, and managed to survive unharmed thus far.
So, picture this: It’s the year 2000, and we’re all rocking those stylishly questionable Y2K outfits, bracing ourselves for the technological apocalypse that never happened. I mean, we were more afraid of our computers turning rebellious than teenagers! We had to coax our dial-up internet like it was a moody cat – “Come on, buddy, just one more ‘beep-boop’ and we’re connected!”
Then there’s the evolution of phones – from indestructible Nokia bricks to touchscreens that seemed to crack if you stared at them wrong. Remember how we’d play that snake game like it was the Olympics of the pixelated world? And selfies? Nah, we had to endure the agony of disposable cameras and the surprise of getting our thumb in the shot.
Fast forward, and social media turned us all into self-proclaimed photographers. Food? Snap. Cats? Snap. Duck face? Well, you get the point. And oh, the joy of autocorrect fails – turning “grandma” into “grilled cheese” had us all feeling like culinary wizards.
In the end, we survived Y2K, witnessed the rise of smartphones, and embraced the art of the selfie. The past was a hilarious ride, and we’re still here, sending emojis and hashtags into the digital abyss, wondering what the next decade will bring. Time flies when you’re laughing at technology’s quirks!