Hitler chatbot ‘a clear security threat’ amid radicalisation fears

"Tech against Terrorism, a UN-backed group that combats online extremism, has raised concerns about the Gab chatbots. Adam Hadley, its executive director, said: “It would appear that the potential weaponisation of chatbots is well under way and now presents a clear security threat. We can see use cases where these specially developed automated tools can radicalise, spread propaganda, and disseminate misinformation.”

The Times, 11 February 2024

Australian tech giants warned to tackle extremist content

Australian tech giants warned to tackle extremist content

Fresh alarm bells were raised when United Nations-backed Tech Against Terrorism reported an Islamic State forum was looking into the benefits of...

Read More
Here's How Violent Extremists Are Exploiting Generative AI tools

Here's How Violent Extremists Are Exploiting Generative AI tools

“We're going to partner with Microsoft to figure out if there are ways using our archive of material to create a sort of gen AI detection system in...

Read More
Inside Somalia’s War on Al-Shabab Disinformation

Inside Somalia’s War on Al-Shabab Disinformation

Adam Hadley is the executive director of Tech Against Terrorism, a non-profit based in London that focuses on disrupting the use of the internet by...

Read More