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Campfire Talk: Introducing RateMyAI: A Live Demo on Improving ChatGPT Conversations for Red and Blue Team Operations – Peter Halberg

October 20, 2023 @ 9:40 am 9:55 am MDT

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is advancing quickly, and for better and safer interactions with AI like ChatGPT, we need user-friendly tools. RateMyAI is one such tool with around 150 prompts that help in guiding the conversations with ChatGPT. In this talk, we’ll introduce RateMyAI and show live how it works to not only improve our interactions with ChatGPT but also to support Red and Blue Team operations.

For Red Teams, RateMyAI can be a game changer. By manipulating prompts and ratings, Red Teams can script conversations that ChatGPT might otherwise avoid due to ethical concerns. This is crucial when testing security because it helps to uncover how systems respond to different types of interactions, including potentially harmful ones.

For Blue Teams, understanding these interactions and the responses generated can provide insights into how to better protect systems against malicious attempts.
We’ll demonstrate both simple and tech-savvy ways to use RateMyAI, showing how it can make talking to ChatGPT more meaningful, safe, and effective for cybersecurity testing. This live demo aims to spotlight RateMyAI’s potential in enhancing AI-human interactions while supporting cybersecurity operations.

Peter Halberg is a cyber security researcher located in Minneapolis with a curious mind that ranges from security testing to tinkering with hardware such as Arduino. He has been in the technology field for over 14 years.
After High School, Peter joined the Army as a Counterintelligence Agent, and is an Afghanistan Veteran. Once his time in the Army was complete, he went to school for computers and networking, which led to him becoming a systems administrator. After a few years working in the sysadmin field, Peter switched over to cybersecurity where he has been a security researcher for over 4 years.
Peter’s current passion projects are Artificial Intelligence, file permissions abuse, web scraping, and writing his own C2 framework. His latest fun project was creating a script to automating making GTP Chat queries using speech to text.
When Peter is not doing research, he enjoys spending time with his wife and kids, playing pool, learning how to not crash in Microsoft Flight Simulator, and spending time outdoors doing many different activities.