- The inspiration for our project came from the growing concern of online privacy and security.
- As more and more people rely on the internet for their daily activities, it's important to have a tool that can help them evaluate the safety and privacy of the websites they visit.
What it does
- Our project is a chrome extension called "CyberGuardian" that helps users evaluate the cybersecurity and ethical standards of websites
- The extension generates a security score and cyber ethics analysis for each website the user visits.
- It also provides alternative options for websites with better privacy policies.
How we built it
- We also used a third-party API to gather data on each website's privacy policies and data collection practices.
Challenges we ran into
- One of the biggest challenges we faced was integrating the GPT-3 model into our project.
- We had to spend a lot of time fine-tuning the model and making sure the analysis it generated was accurate and relevant.
- We also had to work through some technical issues with the API we used to gather data on websites.
Accomplishments that we're proud of
- We're proud of the fact that we were able to build a tool that can help people evaluate the safety and privacy of websites.
- We're also proud of the fact that we were able to integrate the GPT-3 model into our project and generate accurate and relevant analyses for each website.
What we learned
- Through this project, we learned a lot about cybersecurity, online privacy, and the importance of ethical standards in the digital world.
- We also learned a lot about working with third-party APIs and integrating complex machine learning models into our project.
What's next for CyberGuardian
- In the future, we hope to expand CyberGuardian to include more features, such as a privacy score for each website and more in-depth analysis of data collection practices.
- We also plan to explore ways to make the tool more user-friendly and accessible to a wider audience.