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Where Does Generative AI Fit Into Digital Investigations?

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“Everyone is talking about AI so I’m often asked these days, where does AI, or Generative AI, fit into digital investigations, and where is it heading?” says Theresa Payton, former CIO at The White House and host of the “Ask Me Anything” series on the Cybercrime Magazine Podcast.

“Generative AI is emerging as a transformative technology with significant implications for now and in the future,” Payton notes, on our latest episode, sponsored by Pipl AMA, the AI Investigator.

Generative AI will eventually be able to help law enforcement and investigators to recreate a (digital) crime scene, according to Payton, who begins to scratch the surface of next-generation investigations for our listeners.

Payton was previously deputy commander of Intelligence on the CBS TV series “Hunted.” She is a real-world digital investigator and founder of Fortalice Solutions, a cybersecurity company based out of Charlotte, N.C.

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