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Apple Plans to Introduce AI Code Completion Tool for Developers, Similar to Microsofts Copilot

It has been rumoured that Apple intends to release a code completion AI tool like Microsofts Copilot. Based on initial comments, this tool—anticipat

It has been rumoured that Apple intends to release a code completion AI tool like Microsofts Copilot. Based on initial comments, this tool—anticipated to be incorporated into Apples Xcode software—would help coders finish lines and blocks of code. Although Xcode is free for developers, submitting an app to Apples app stores costs $99 annually. Apple is also rumoured to investigate additional AI technologies, such as the ability for Apple Music to create playlists automatically and its corporate presentation software to generate slide decks automatically. Additionally, Bloomberg reported improvements to Apples "Spotlight" search function, allowing for greater app integration and control over certain app features. Requests for comments on these stories have not received a response from Apple. Read More..

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IBM Global AI Adoption Index 2023 Key Findings on AI Deployment in Indian Enterprises

59% of big Indian organisations have actively used AI, while another 27% are investigating its potential applications, according to the IBM Global AI

59% of big Indian organisations have actively used AI, while another 27% are investigating its potential applications, according to the IBM Global AI Adoption Index 2023. Early adopters lead the way, with 74% of these businesses increasing their AI R&D and staff reskilling spending during the previous two years. However, obstacles like the skills gap and ethical reservations prevent AI from being widely used. Unlocking the full potential of AI requires addressing these obstacles, primarily by establishing robust AI governance frameworks and offering pertinent skills. Although the value of reliable AI is becoming more widely acknowledged, organisations still encounter challenges when putting important policies like minimising bias and guaranteeing explainability into practice. Nevertheless, projects centered on automation, improving customer service, and staff reskilling are already reshaping the workforce thanks to artificial intelligence. Read More..

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Global Tech Firms Unite to Fight Deceptive AI Content in Elections

On Friday, a group of twenty internet firms said they are working together to stop this years global elections from being influenced by false artifici

On Friday, a group of twenty internet firms said they are working together to stop this years global elections from being influenced by false artificial intelligence material. Election integrity is at risk because of the possible abuse of generative AI, which quickly produces text, pictures, and videos. Announced at the Munich Security Conference, the tech pact is signed by companies such as OpenAI, Microsoft, and Adobe, in addition to major social media players like Meta Platforms, TikTok, and X formerly Twitter. The pact lays forth pledges to create instruments for identifying false information produced by artificial intelligence, educate the public about misleading media, and take action against false information on their platforms. Read More..

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European Privacy Groups Urge Action Against Metas NoAds Subscription Service

A coalition of 28 organisations, including the Irish Council for Civil Liberties and privacy campaigner Max Schrems group NOYB, has called on Europes

A coalition of 28 organisations, including the Irish Council for Civil Liberties and privacy campaigner Max Schrems group NOYB, has called on Europes privacy regulators to block Meta Platforms noads subscription service, which was introduced in November. They contend that charging customers for privacy establishes an unsettling precedent that other businesses would follow. The European Data Protection Board EDPB is getting ready to release guidelines about the consent or pay model simultaneously with this appeal. In defence of its service, Meta claims it conforms with EU regulations. It allows consumers to choose between paying for an adfree experience or agreeing to data collecting for targeted adverts. Opponents caution that adopting a "pay or okay" approach may weaken safeguards against surveillance capitalism and violate GDPR. Read More..

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Breakthrough at MIT New ID Tag Uses Terahertz Waves for Unprecedented Security

Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT engineers have created a unique ID tag to determine an items validity accurately. This achievement was revea

Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT engineers have created a unique ID tag to determine an items validity accurately. This achievement was revealed by MIT on Sunday, emphasising the reworking of an earlier cryptographic ID tag that included a security flaw. Unlike conventional RFIDs, the new antitampering ID tag still has the benefits of being compact, affordable, and secure. A chip may be used without a giant offchip antenna by using terahertz waves instead of radio waves, which are smaller and quicker. The tag uses machine learning to recognise unique glue pattern fingerprints with over 99% accuracy, detecting tampering. Despite transmission distance constraints, the MIT team plans to overcome these obstacles in subsequent versions. Read More..

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Afghan Websites Suspended ".af" Domains Offline Amid Payment Dispute

Over 100 Afghan websites with ".af" domains were suspended by a French internet services companys nonpayment to the Talibandominated Ministry of Commu

Over 100 Afghan websites with ".af" domains were suspended by a French internet services companys nonpayment to the Talibandominated Ministry of Communications. These domains, famous for their edgy appeal, were suspended because the company, Gandi, could not pay almost $17,000 in arrears. The circumstances draw attention to the difficulties presented by international sanctions on the Taliban and the unsteady financial sector in Afghanistan. Even though a variety of websites are affected by the suspension, including ones with humorous domain names like "sexy.af" and "awesome.af," the Taliban representative stressed that the issue is unrelated to the content of the domains and that if the fees are completed, the issue may be fixed. Read More..

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Googles Chrome 123 Beta Testing New Feature to Protect Against Malicious Websites Exploiting Private Network Vulnerabilities

Google is testing a new feature to stop rogue websites from exploiting holes in devices and services on users private networks. In Chrome 123, a "Priv

Google is testing a new feature to stop rogue websites from exploiting holes in devices and services on users private networks. In Chrome 123, a "Private Network Access protections" feature will perform security checks before permitting a public website to send a users browser to another website on their private network. It first queries whether the internal device allows access and checks requests from secure contexts. The connection is closed if there is no reply. Developers will receive alerts in the DevTools dashboard even during the warning phase, giving them time to make changes before more stringent enforcement. This invention aims to protect against assaults that target servers and devices on internal networks, which are typically thought to be secure from threats originating from the internet. Read More..

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Leonardo Partners with Italian Ministry of Defence for MILSCA Project, Advancing Military Space Cloud Architecture

The Ministry of Defence and Leonardo, the stateowned aerospace and defence firm in Italy, have stated that they will work together to investigate MILS

The Ministry of Defence and Leonardo, the stateowned aerospace and defence firm in Italy, have stated that they will work together to investigate MILSCA, Europes groundbreaking military space cloud architecture project. MILSCA aims to provide Italys military and government with direct access to advanced cloud, artificial intelligence, and computing resources from space. Leonardo will collaborate with Telespazio and Thales Alenia Space during a twoyear research period, utilising their aerospace sector knowledge. With its highspeed capabilities and extensive data storage on Earth and space, MILSCA will enable smooth access to critical data, including communication, earth observation, and navigation data. Leonardos strategic objectives align with its dedication to space sector improvements, which it supports through linked digital platforms that serve military and security activities. Read More..

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