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Reddit is doing away with the option to disable ad personalization based on user behavior

On Wednesday, Reddit announced it was updating its privacy settings in an effort to standardize ad personalization and account visibility controls. Specifically, it’s doing away with the option to disable ad personalization based on users’ Reddit behavior. Unnamed “select countries” will still have the option to opt out, the company …

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Adobe releases Photoshop for the web, powered by its artificial intelligence framework Firefly

On Wednesday, Adobe released Photoshop for the web to everyone subscribed to a paid Adobe Creative Cloud plan. Firefly-powered AI tools like generative fill and generative expand are now available in the web beta after almost two years of development. The firm claimed that the web-based toolbar’s tools are organized …

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Microsoft AI researchers accidentally leaked terabytes of sensitive data

While publishing a storage bucket of open-source training data on GitHub, Microsoft AI researchers accidentally exposed tens of terabytes of sensitive data, including private keys and passwords. Cloud security startup Wiz told it found Microsoft’s AI research division’s GitHub repository while investigating accidental cloud data exposure. Open source code and …

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