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Meta plans to enhance the labeling of AI-generated imagery amidst a year filled with important elections

Meta is now broadening its labeling of AI-generated imagery on its social media platforms, including Facebook, Instagram, and Threads. This expansion will now include synthetic imagery that has been created using generative AI tools from competitors. Meta will look for “industry standard indicators” that show the content is AI-generated and …

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Microsoft CEO Nadella discusses the current state of the AI LLM race, expressing anticipation for the arrival of competition

Microsoft’s strategic foresight and bold investments in AI have propelled the software giant to claim the title of the world’s most valuable company. However, Satya Nadella, the usually composed chief executive of the company, couldn’t help but take a subtle dig at the rest of the industry. “We have an …

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A remarkable feat of engineering, the world’s longest bridge spans an impressive distance of 164 kilometers, connecting different regions of China

There is a wide variety of bridges, ranging from the longest suspension bridge that links Europe and Asia, to India’s innovative bridges constructed from living roots. Nevertheless, the Danyang-Kunshan Grand Bridge in China boasts the distinction of holding both the longest and second-longest bridge titles in the world. The Danyang-Kunshan …

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PhoneSpector and Highster, two stalkerware apps, seem to have ceased operations following a settlement in New York

It seems that the creators of two phone surveillance businesses have closed down their operations after the owner reached a settlement with the authorities on allegations of unlawfully advertising malware that his company created. PhoneSpector and Highster were consumer-grade phone monitoring applications that enabled surreptitious surveillance of an individual’s smartphone. …

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AnyDesk, a prominent provider of remote access services, has taken swift action in response to a recent security breach.

AnyDesk, a remote desktop software provider, has confirmed that it experienced a cyberattack resulting in unauthorized access to its production systems. As a result, the company was forced to implement security measures and suspend operations for nearly a week. Millions of IT professionals rely on AnyDesk’s software to establish fast …

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