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The Lensa AI App Is Not Technically Stealing Artists’ Work, But It Will Significantly Change The Art World, nevertheless.

After adding a function that enables users to create gorgeous digital portraits of yourself in modern art styles, the Lensa photo and video editing software has gained social media notoriety in recent weeks. For a little cost and the effort of uploading 10 to 20 different pictures of oneself, it …

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NSA says Chinese hackers are exploiting a zero-day bug in popular networking gear

The U.S. National Security Agency has issued a warning that hackers supported by the Chinese government are using two widely used Citrix networking products’ zero-day vulnerabilities to break into targeted networks. The vulnerability, identified as CVE-2022-27518, affects the widely used remote access tool Citrix Gateway as well as the application …

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Ngrok, a platform for developers to launch websites, services, and apps, raises $50 million

Alan Shreve will tell you that he established Ngrok in order to address a challenging infrastructure issue he ran into while working at Twilio. Ngrok is a service that enables developers to share websites and applications that are running on their local computers or servers. As an engineer there, Shreve …

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