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VISUA News: Franco De Bonis Interviews With Safety Detectives

VISUA News: Franco De Bonis Interviews With Safety Detectives

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VISUA Marketing director discusses Visual-AI in cybersecurity with Aviva Zacks

Aviva Zacks of Safety Detectives reached out to our own Franco De Bonis to have a chat about Visual-AI and where it fits into the world of cybersecurity.

In the interview, Franco discusses his first impressions of artificial intelligence and how he grew to see it as the powerful and enriching innovation that it truly is. He also touches on the common misconceptions about Visual-AI and how it can support effective anti-phishing.

You can read the full interview with Franco here, on the Safety Detectives website.

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