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Oct 3, 2023

AI is coming to the Arc browser — but probably not like you think

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Sure, you could just stick a ChatGPT sidebar in your browser. But what do we really want AI to do for us as we use the web? That’s the much harder question.

At some point, if you’re a company doing pretty much anything in the year 2023, you have to have an AI strategy. It’s just business. You can make a ChatGPT plug-in. You can do a sidebar. You can bet your entire trillion-dollar company on AI being the future of how everyone does everything. But you have to do something.

The last one of these was crypto and the blockchain a couple of years ago, and Josh Miller, the CEO of The Browser Company, which makes the popular new Arc browser, says he’s… More.

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Sep 26, 2023

Telegram starts to look like a super app, echoing WeChat

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Telegram, the popular messenger with 800 million monthly active users worldwide, is inching closer to adopting an ecosystem strategy that is reminiscent of WeChat’s super app approach. Certain aspects of the ecosystem will be decentralized with help from two heavyweights: Telegram’s crypto partner TON Foundation and WeChat’s owner Tencent.

Telegram has been working on a platform where third-party developers, from games to restaurants, can build mini apps to interact with users. In Telegram’s own words: “Developers can use JavaScript to create infinitely flexible interfaces that can be launched right inside Telegram — and can completely replace any website.”

To build out this super app platform, Telegram relies on a network of infrastructure partners both from the established tech world and the crypto space. Among them is The Open Network (TON) Foundation, which lays the blockchain groundwork for Telegram but operates as an independent organization.

Sep 26, 2023

End of NFTs: Less than one percent are worth more than $6,000

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For every NFT sold, there are four more that weren’t giving buyers ample choice on what they wanted to pick and at what price.

As many as 95 percent of the non-fungible tokens or NFTs created during the bull run of cryptocurrencies just a couple of years ago are now worthless, according to a new report from a website dappGambl that reviews crypto products.

NFTs were all over the news in 2021–22 when celebrities splurged millions of dollars to buy images features Bored Apes and a digital copy of events such as the completion of the code of the World Wide Web or the first tweet from Jack Dorsey on the platform that has now become X.

Sep 21, 2023

ChatGPT’s crypto token makes $12 million in trading on day 1

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The developer also used OpenAI’s DALL-E to create an image for the token.

ChatGPT just engineered, designed, and marketed a cryptocurrency coin called AstroPepeX. The developer, who goes by the name CroissantEth on X, used the AI chatbot to write a crypto contract to create its own token on the blockchain, gave the name ‘AstroPepeX’ to the token, and even created a ticker – $APX for it.

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Sep 5, 2023

North Korean hackers have allegedly stolen hundreds of millions in crypto to fund nuclear programs

Posted by in categories: blockchains, business, cryptocurrencies, cybercrime/malcode, existential risks, military

North Korea-linked hackers have stolen hundreds of millions of crypto to fund the regime’s nuclear weapons programs, research shows.

So far this year, from January to Aug. 18, North Korea-affiliated hackers stole $200 million worth of crypto — accounting for over 20% of all stolen crypto this year, according to blockchain intelligence firm TRM Labs.

“In recent years, there has been a marked rise in the size and scale of cyber attacks against cryptocurrency-related businesses by North Korea. This has coincided with an apparent acceleration in the country’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs,” said TRM Labs in a June discussion with North Korea experts.

Aug 30, 2023

Building Tools To Learn Human Brain Processes

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Aude Oliva is a prominent Cognitive and Computer Scientist directing the MIT Computational Perception and Cognition group at CSAIL while also leading the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab and co-leading the MIT AI Hardware Program. With research spanning computational neuroscience, cognition, and computer vision, she pioneers the integration of human perception and machine recognition. Her contributions extend across academia, industry, and research, making her a distinguished figure at MIT.

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Aug 18, 2023

Buyers of Bored Ape NFTs sue after digital apes turn out to be bad investment

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The Sotheby’s auction house has been named as a defendant in a lawsuit filed by investors who regret buying Bored Ape Yacht Club NFTs that sold for highly inflated prices during the NFT craze in 2021. A Sotheby’s auction duped investors by giving the Bored Ape NFTs “an air of legitimacy… to generate investors’ interest and hype around the Bored Ape brand,” the class-action lawsuit claims.

The boost to Bored Ape NFT prices provided by the auction “was rooted in deception,” said the lawsuit filed in US District Court for the Central District of California. It wasn’t revealed at the time of the auction that the buyer was the now-disgraced FTX, the lawsuit said.

“Sotheby’s representations that the undisclosed buyer was a ‘traditional’ collector had misleadingly created the impression that the market for BAYC NFTs had crossed over to a mainstream audience,” the lawsuit claimed. Lawsuit plaintiffs say that harmed investors bought the NFTs “with a reasonable expectation of profit from owning them.”

Aug 16, 2023

The computer scientist who hunts for costly bugs in crypto code

Posted by in categories: blockchains, computing

Programming errors on the blockchain can mean $100 million lost in the blink of an eye. Ronghui Gu and his company CertiK are trying to help.

Jul 31, 2023

Legionarii — The State

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Jul 18, 2023

The Future Of Personally Identifiable Information And Health Data

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4. Embrace Decentralized Solutions: Start exploring decentralized technologies like blockchain and decentralized storage solutions. Understand how they can empower you as the custodian of your data by reducing reliance on third-party intermediaries. Research and adopt decentralized platforms that align with your data ownership goals.

5. Stay Informed About Tokenization: Familiarize yourself with the concept of tokenization and how it can impact data ownership. Learn about the potential benefits and risks of tokenizing your data, and evaluate whether it aligns with your objectives. Stay updated on emerging tokenization platforms or data marketplaces that offer opportunities to securely monetize or share your data.

The road to personal data ownership is a bold, significant step forward, but it represents a necessary departure from the status quo. As we move toward a future powered by data-driven insights, the empowerment of individuals as the gatekeepers of their digital selves will become increasingly important to balance the scales between privacy and progress.

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