Tag: Artificial Intelligence

U.S., U.K., and Global Partners Release Secure AI System Development Guidelines
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U.S., U.K., and Global Partners Release Secure AI System Development Guidelines

The United Kingdom and the United States, together with international partners from 16 other countries, have issued new guidelines for the development of secure artificial intelligence (AI) systems. "The approach prioritizes ownership of security outcomes for customers, embraces radical transparency and accountability, and establishes organizational structures where secure design is a top priority," according to the United States Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) added that the goal is to increase AI cyber security levels and help ensure that the technology is designed, developed read more U.S. U.K. and Global Partners Release Secure AI System Development Guidelines. Get up to date on the latest cybersecurity news a...
Google Expands Its Bug Bounty Program to Tackle Artificial Intelligence Threats
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Google Expands Its Bug Bounty Program to Tackle Artificial Intelligence Threats

In an effort to strengthen AI safety and security, Google has announced that it is growing its Vulnerability Rewards Program (VRP) to pay researchers for discovering attack scenarios specific to generative artificial intelligence (AI) systems. According to Google's Laurie Richardson and Royal Hansen, "Generative AI raises new and different concerns than traditional digital security, such as the potential for unfair bias, model manipulation, or misinterpretations of data (hallucinations)." Prompt injections, the release of private information from training datasets, model modification, adversarial perturbation assaults that result in incorrect categorization, and model theft are a few of the categories that fall under this scope read more Google Expands Its Bug Bounty Program to Tack...
Wall Street adopts new cyber rules AI proposal
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Wall Street adopts new cyber rules AI proposal

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has mandated that publicly traded corporations notify investors of significant cyber events four days after a breach. As part of its proposal, Wall Street wants companies to report any trading conflicts of interest related to artificial intelligence. Following a vote by the Commission's five members, the new regulations on "Cybersecurity Risk Management, Strategy, Governance, and Incident Disclosure by Public Companies" were made public on Wednesday. Investors may be affected whether a company loses a factory in a fire or millions of files in a cybersecurity event, according to SEC Chair Gary Gensler read more Wall Street adopts new cyber rules AI proposal. Stay informed with the best cybersecurity news and raise your cybersecurity ...
Meta and Microsoft launch open source AI model LLaMA 2
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Meta and Microsoft launch open source AI model LLaMA 2

The updated version of the company's open-source large language model (LLM), LLaMA 2, has been made available by Meta. In Meta's collaboration with Microsoft to create AI tools, the project represents another significant turning point. The pretrained LLMs in LLaMA 2 (Large Language Model Meta AI) have scales ranging from 7 billion to 70 billion parameters. The models have over 1 million human annotations, a context window of 4,096 tokens, and 2 trillion tokens worth of training data. The fundamental text or code chunks that an LLM utilizes to process and produce language are known as tokens in the training of AI models read more Meta and Microsoft launch open source AI model LLaMA 2. Stay informed with the best cybersecurity news and raise your cybersecurity awareness w...
Google can use public data for AI training policy update says
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Google can use public data for AI training policy update says

Since making changes to its privacy policies, Google is now permitted to use open data in the development and training of its artificial intelligence products, such as Bard. The internet giant's recently revised policy, which went into effect on July 1st, now states: "Google utilises information to enhance our services and to develop new products, features, and technologies that benefit our users and the general public. To train Google's AI models, for instance, and create features and products like Google Translate, Bard, and Cloud AI capabilities, we leverage publicly accessible data read more Google can use public data for AI training policy update says. Stay one step ahead of cyber threats with ReconBee.com. Explore our comprehensive coverage of recent cyber attacks, cyberse...
ClickUp launches AI management tool
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ClickUp launches AI management tool

A new AI tool from project management software ClickUp is intended to automate repetitive chores and boost productivity depending on the user's job. According to a blog post by the business, the new tool, called ClickUp AI, has over 100 customisable prompts that are customised to various professional demands. According to the statement, the prompts were created in collaboration with workspace specialists and will be refreshed every week. The project management, product development, marketing, sales, and engineering departments can all make use of ClickUp's AI management platform. It can help writers of case studies for marketers and writers of territory plans for salespeople read more ClickUp launches AI management tool. Stay one step ahead of cyber threats with ReconBee.com. Exp...
Microsoft Brings OpenAI Tech to US Agencies
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Microsoft Brings OpenAI Tech to US Agencies

Microsoft has launched a new OpenAI technology integration into its services that aims to give US federal agencies better insights while also placing a higher priority on information security. The IT behemoth said in a blog post on Wednesday that the connection enables government bodies to utilise Microsoft Azure OpenAI Service's capabilities. Sensitive data would be protected by bridging the gap between commercial and government cloud operations, according to Microsoft, allowing the platform to adhere to US regulatory criteria for classification and security read more Microsoft Brings OpenAI Tech to US Agencies. Stay one step ahead of cyber threats with ReconBee.com. Explore our comprehensive coverage of recent cyber attacks, cybersecurity awareness, and the latest cybersecurity...
ChatGPT fake of train crash leads to arrest in China
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ChatGPT fake of train crash leads to arrest in China

A guy in China who created a false news report about a tragic train collision and then posted the report on more than a dozen social media websites faces up to ten years in prison. According to the South China Morning Post (SCMP), who broke the story, the deepfake news post stated that nine individuals had perished in a local railway accident on April 25. The man was arrested for the first time in the history of the Communist regime and the entire world on charges of "using artificial intelligence technology to concoct false and untrue information read more ChatGPT fake of train crash leads to arrest in China. With ReconBee.com Stay ahead of the latest threats with in-depth coverage of cyber attacks and cybersecurity trends, and the latest cybersecurity news.
Google search upgrade to include ChatGPT like bot
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Google search upgrade to include ChatGPT like bot

Google wants to appeal to young people by making its search engine "visual, snackable, personal, and human," the Wall Street Journal said on Saturday. The move coincides with the tremendous rise in popularity of artificial intelligence (AI) applications like ChatGPT, which showcase a technology that has the potential to fundamentally alter how society and business are conducted. The article stated that the tech giant will move its service further away from the "10 blue links," which is the conventional style for delivering search results read more Google search upgrade to include ChatGPT like bot. With ReconBee.com Stay ahead of the latest threats with in-depth coverage of cyber attacks and cybersecurity trends, and the latest cybersecurity news.
Snapchat expands its ChatGPT-powered chatbot to all users
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Snapchat expands its ChatGPT-powered chatbot to all users

Snapchat has announced that all app users can now access its My AI chatbot? This tool, which was previously available only to paying subscribers, provides unique content and personalized recommendations. By opening up access to its AI chatbot and emphasizing the distinction between private and public messages, Snapchat seeks to set itself apart from more powerful competitors like Instagram and TikTok. Now, users may converse back and forth with My AI, ask precise inquiries, and request original content. Users can integrate My AI in group discussions read more Snapchat expands its ChatGPT-powered chatbot to all users. With ReconBee.com Stay ahead of the latest threats with in-depth coverage of cyber attacks and cybersecurity trends, and the latest cybersecurity news.