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The Guardian submitted a complaint to Microsoft on Tuesday after a grotesquely inappropriate AI-generated poll next to a Guardian article.
Microsoft’s AI protection patent shows the vulnerabilities that models face amid rapid growth.
AI’s rapid adoption will require cybersecurity that’s more sophisticated than ever before.
WPP issued a reduction of its profit outlook for the second time in consecutive quarters on Thursday, citing major headwinds.
Oracle wants to protect its AI models from being asked the wrong questions with a patent for a “machine learning model attack guard.”
Amazon said Wednesday that its Amazon Web Services cloud division is launching a “European Sovereign Cloud.”
Given that a large part of Snap’s user base is under 18, protecting user data is even more crucial.
The patent highlights Zero Trust, the concept that cybersecurity shouldn’t stop at the gates to entry.
A sprawling lawsuit alleging Meta intentionally designed Instagram and Facebook with features it knew were harmful to younger users.
Salesforce wants to give anyone the power to make AI (so long as they have enough data).
Meta sunk a lot of cash into its metaverse bet. Now, it wants it to work.
Adobe wants to fight disinformation one PDF at a time with it’s latest patent filing.
Though quantum computing is far from an everyday reality, the possibilities it offers are powerful. Amazon may want in on the ground floor.
According to a Lloyd’s study published Wednesday, a cyberattack on global payments systems could cause $3.5 trillion of economic damage.
Intel is far behind in the AI race. Taking on chip giant Nvidia would require Intel to build a development ecosystem at a better price.
Apple never wants you to lose your keys again. The company filed two patents for digital car key pairing.
The Wall Street Journal reported Monday that Twitter (or X, pick your poison) is aggressively courting political ads on its platform.
Meta’s patents highlight a recent consumer tech trend: Tech firms are testing the boundaries of just how close they can get to users.
The filing provides a peek at Humane’s debut device ahead of its reveal in mid-November.
Google may have found a shortcut to develop chatbots. The tech could prove lucrative in helping enterprises integrate their own AI.