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ITU Journal: ICT Discoveries

The ITU Journal: ICT Discoveries publishes original research on ICT technical developments and their policy and regulatory, economic, social and legal dimensions. It builds bridges between disciplines, connects theory with application, and stimulates international dialogue. This interdisciplinary approach reflects ITU’s comprehensive field of interest and explores the convergence of ICT with other disciplines. It also features review articles, best practice implementation tutorials and case studies. The ITU Journal welcomes submissions at any time, on any topic within its scope.

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The evolution of fraud

Ethical implications in the age of large-scale data breaches and widespread artificial intelligence solutions deployment

Artificial intelligence is being rapidly deployed in all contexts of our lives, often in subtle yet behavior nudging ways. At the same time, the pace of development of new techniques and research advancements is only quickening as research and industry labs across the world leverage the emerging talent and interest of communities across the globe. With the inevitable digitization of our lives, increasingly sophisticated and ever larger data security breaches in the past few years, we are in an era where privacy and identity ownership are becoming a relic of the past. In this paper, we will explore how large-scale data breaches, coupled with sophisticated deep learning techniques, will create a new class of fraud mechanisms allowing perpetrators to deploy “Identity Theft 2.0”.

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Keywords: data security, ethics, fraud, data privacy, artificial intelligence
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