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With the GeekPwn 2018 International Cybersecurity and AI Contest in Las Vegas just over, TechNode interviewed Daniel Wang, CEO of KEEN, the Chinese whitehat hacking collective that organizes the annual GeekPwn competition. As a pioneer in the field, Daniel talked to us and shed new light on how we should view and approach AI-related security challenges.

Wang founded the KEEN team in 2011 after working as a senior cybersecurity analyst at Microsoft. He led KEEN to win numerous international competitions in the following years, such as the famous hacker competition, Pwn2Own, and gained international acclaim.

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