Looking at how AI techniques can boost digital forensics, the UK government-funded Cyber Security Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) will examine the potential use of AI in web counter-terrorism surveillance, fighting internet fraud, masking identities online and data mining. The KTN will consider how artificial neural networks can intelligently pull together evidence from different online sources and databases, and how particle swarm intelligence — inspired by the behaviour of flocks of birds — could probe information shared by groups on social networks…
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