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Google Launches AI-Powered Theft and Data Protection Features for Android Devices
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Google Launches AI-Powered Theft and Data Protection Features for Android Devices

A number of privacy and security enhancements, including a set of sophisticated protection tools to assist safeguard users' devices and data in the case of theft, have been revealed by Google for Android. The tech giant stated that these features are anticipated to be made accessible through an update to Google Play services for smartphones running Android versions 10 and later. They are intended to assist secure data before, during, and after a theft attempt. One such feature is private space, which lets users store private applications on their phones in a specific section that may be secured with a different PIN and kept hidden. By forcing users to input their PIN, password, or biometric data before changing sensitive device settings, like turning off Find My Device read more ...
Google engineer caught stealing AI tech secrets for Chinese firms
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Google engineer caught stealing AI tech secrets for Chinese firms

An indictment against 38-year-old Linwei (Leon) Ding, a former Google software engineer suspected of stealing Google AI trade secrets for Chinese businesses, has been unsealed by the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ). According to the allegations, Ding worked covertly for two Chinese companies after allegedly stealing confidential knowledge about Google's artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities. The allegedly pilfered trade secrets pertain to critical technologies supporting Google's cutting-edge supercomputing data centers, which are necessary for training and supporting massive AI models that can comprehend complex language and produce perceptive replies. According to the accusation, Ding stole confidential data on platforms for both software and hardware read more Google engi...
Google lost billions after it’s ChatGPT AI rival made a mistake
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Google lost billions after it’s ChatGPT AI rival made a mistake

Following the revelation that Alphabet Inc.'s (GOOG) AI chatbot Bard provided false information in a promotional film that was used to showcase its capabilities during a live press conference on Wednesday, the company's shares fell by about 9%. Additionally, the promotional video was published on Twitter at least 48 hours before the event. The video and the error made by ChatGPT's competition, which was initially uncovered by Reuters, have now been viewed by around a million individuals. Bard's online error wasn't enough of a setback for the firm; after the wrong search results were displayed, the hyped-up press conference, "Google: Live from Paris," was unexpectedly cut short, leaving viewers in the dark. For more specific information on Bard as well as other Google AI innovatio...