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The introduction of Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools has elevated the way individuals streamline their day-to-day tasks. AI has proven to be a groundbreaking development in human efficiency and the way people create, structure, and build upon their lives in and out of work. To put how big of a phenomenon this is into perspective, TIME reported how ChatGPT had already gained 100 million active users in just two months, which is astronomical when compared to the two and a half years it took Instagram to accumulate the same user count. However, these same tools now also lie in the hands of users with malicious intentions, making it much more difficult for IT professionals to stay ahead of cybercriminals. In this blog, we will be covering three ways in which cybercriminals could use AI tools to harm your organization.
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