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Robots may take over cybercrime by 2030, researchers say

Cybercrime in the year 2030 will be run by computer programs that are intelligent, self-learning and difficult to defend against, two researchers predicted at the RSA Conference Monday (May 17).

Dr. Victoria Baines of Oxford University and Rik Ferguson of information-security firm Trend Micro used existing trends to forecast that society and everyday life will be likely even more wired — and wireless — than today, and that criminals would quickly adapt. Their white paper, “Project 2030,” can be downloaded from the Trend Micro website.

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