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《TAIPEI TIMES》 NSB to hire AI talent to fight foreign interference


The letters “AI” lie on a computer motherboard on June 23.
Photo: Reuters

The letters “AI” lie on a computer motherboard on June 23. Photo: Reuters

2023/11/27 03:00

By Chen Yu-fu / Staff reporter

The National Security Bureau (NSB) plans to expand recruitment to counter foreign interference using artificial intelligence (AI) technology.

The bureau commented on the plan in a recent report to the Legislative Yuan, following a written query from Democratic Progressive Party Legislator Chao Tian-lin (趙天麟).

The US National Security Agency said that since last year Beijing has begun using AI to spread propaganda on so-called “fake news channels,” said Chao, adding that in response to the rapid development of AI and its huge impact on several industries, the US in September announced the creation of an AI Security Center.

Chao asked the bureau whether Taiwan is facing AI-related security threats from hostile foreign forces, and whether it has plans to expand and train information and intelligence personnel.

The bureau said in its report that the use of AI comes with risks, as it can be used to generate hacking tools and compile controversial information, and could result in personal information leaks.

Bureau staff are developing the ability to use emerging technologies to promote intelligence operations and guard against cybersecurity threats through international cooperation and exchanges with those in the tech industry, the report said.

The bureau is also expanding and diversifying its recruitment channels to help better face the new challenges posed by these technologies, it said.

It would continue to monitor the development of AI and its potential threats to warn the government in a timely manner and reduce any impact on national security, the report said.

Institute for National Defense and Security Research Acting Deputy CEO Shen Ming-shih (沈明室) yesterday said it is crucial to use AI to counter cognitive warfare.

The government must respond quickly, identify incorrect information and provide the facts, especially if the situation escalates or during war, he said.

Washington’s AI Security Center was created under the US National Security Agency, Shen said, adding that Taiwan could establish such a center in the National Security or the Military Intelligence bureaus.

新聞來源:TAIPEI TIMES

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