Robots to revolutionize human life by 2050

Robots to revolutionize human life by 2050

Robots Will Exceed Humans In Committing Crimes By 2040

At present, cyber crimes are on the rise over the world. As per a recent study, the cybercrime market has risen to $600 billion in 2017 from $1.33 billion in 2016. Enhancing connectivity combined with reinforcing infrastructure, as well as technological advancements, has just encouraged the cyber attackers to discover inventive means to victimize innocent people and organizations of their money.

This circumstance has made a direness among the organization dealing with client information and payments to add extra reinforcements and firewalls to protect their platforms. In any case, in the time of technological advancements, cybercrime isn’t the main issue that has raised worries among the security specialists as they envision that machines will pose a greater security threat than people, at any point, did in the future.

Chief strategy, and innovation officer at The Future Laboratory, Tracey Follows, in an interview with Raconteur, said that over the coming years, machines are most likely to commit the majority of crimes than individuals. According to her forecast, in 2040, cybercrimes will be committed more by robots and machines than by people.

“Futurists have been determining a sharp ascent in cyber assaults for a considerable length of time. Be that as it may, when robots can be hacked to transform into suicide-bombarding machines, robot assaults could end up becoming rife as well,” she included.

In any case, that isn’t the main concern that is troubling the specialists. According to some security specialists, technological advancement would likewise aid cybercriminals to exploit innovation to pirate the good and even assault them. A few specialists believe that over the coming years, automatons could be hijacked to rob things. Others assume that they could be customized to form an armed force. Also, there are other security specialists, who consider that cyberattackers could hack into servers and bring down a whole train station.

“Nobody realizes where to go for their train, the station chamber would top off causing a physical or terrorist threat for that space,” Darren Thomson, CTO of Symantec said.

 

Robots Will Exceed Humans In Committing Crimes By 2040
Robots Will Exceed Humans In Committing Crimes By 2040

Strangely, while most specialists discuss the likelihood of a bleak future, there are some who consider that some better things can be expected in the future. National security strategist at Carbon Black, Eric O’Neill, considers that even as cybercriminals find innovative means to hamper lives, tech organizations would have the ability to stop these assaults by being anticipating them.

“As the cybersecurity professionals become more dynamic in remediating dangers before the bad guys launch their assaults, snooping and digital hoax will end up becoming far less economical, giving us a far superior possibility of keeping them out,” he said.

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