Next Friday, March 29th, the University Institute of Fundamental Physics and Mathematics (IUFFyM)  organizes a seminar " Machine learning in random graphs: intelligent malware " in which our colleague Guillermo Hernández will participate.


Guillermo will present a formalism for the description of random graphs and show how machine learning techniques can be used to describe the intelligent behaviour of infectious agents. 

Machine learning   
Computer networks can be understood as random graphs because they are varying graphs that follow stochastic processes. In a hypothetical case, malware designed to infect specific computers may incorporate artificial intelligence techniques to conduct the infection with partial knowledge of the network. 

This is a very interesting topic. The talk will take place in the IUFFyM classroom at 17:00.

Guillermo Hernández BISITE

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