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May 26, 2023

Microsoft Build event in 5 minutes

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Microsoft announced some major news at its annual Build keynote. This year’s Build heavily focused on AI, with new additions of the CoPilot experience to Windows 11 and Edge, as well as new Bing AI and Copilot plugins for OpenAI’s ChatGPT. Plus, Bing is now the default search for ChatGPT. Here’s everything you missed. #Microsoft #Tech #News.

0:00 Intro.
0:05 Bing and Chat GPT Updates.
0:38 Plugins in Bing and Chat GPT
2:00 Windows Copilot.
3:10 Microsoft Fabric.

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May 26, 2023

Daily briefing: Quantum computers are all ‘terrible’ — but researchers aren’t worried

Posted by in categories: computing, quantum physics

Even the scientists who have made quantum computers their life’s work say they can’t do anything useful yet — but the future is bright. Plus, how China’s data privacy laws affects researchers and LIGO is back, better than ever.

May 26, 2023

Using nuclear spins neighboring a lanthanide atom to create Greenberger-Horne-Zeilinger quantum states

Posted by in categories: computing, particle physics, quantum physics

Researchers have experimentally demonstrated a new quantum information storage protocol that can be used to create Greenberger-Horne-Zeilinger (GHZ) quantum states. There is a great deal of interest in these complex entangled states because of their potential use in quantum sensing and quantum error correction applications.

Chun-Ju Wu from the California Institute of Technology will present this research at the Optica Quantum 2.0 Conference and Exhibition, as a hybrid event June 18–22 in Denver, Colorado.

Quantum-based technologies store information in the form of qubits, the quantum equivalent of the binary bits used in classical computing. GHZ states take this a step further by entangling three or more qubits. This increased complexity can be used to store more information, thus boosting precision and performance in applications such as quantum sensing and networking.

May 26, 2023

Critical Flaw in Inea ICS Product Exposes Industrial Organizations to Remote Attacks

Posted by in categories: cybercrime/malcode, robotics/AI

A critical vulnerability found in a remote terminal unit (RTU) made by Slovenia-based industrial automation company Inea can expose industrial organizations to remote hacker attacks.

The existence of the vulnerability came to light last week, when the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) published an advisory to inform organizations. The vendor has released a firmware update that patches the issue.

The security hole, tracked as CVE-2023–2131 with a CVSS score of 10, impacts Inea ME RTUs running firmware versions prior to 3.36. This OS command injection bug could allow remote code execution, CISA said.

May 26, 2023

How not to get your CCTV cameras hacked?

Posted by in categories: cybercrime/malcode, innovation

At a time when incidents of CCTV Cameras are getting hacked across the world has reached an all-time high, Raxa Security Solutions Ltd, a security company has joined hands with a Bangalore-based IoT cyber security company, Redinent Innovations to address this imperative and serious need.

May 26, 2023

Irrigation Systems in Israel Disrupted

Posted by in categories: cybercrime/malcode, food, sustainability

Automated irrigation systems in the Northern part of Israel were briefly disrupted recently in an attack that once again shows how easy it can be to hack industrial control systems (ICS).

The Jerusalem Post reported that hackers targeted water controllers for irrigation systems at farms in the Jordan Valley, as well as wastewater treatment control systems belonging to the Galil Sewage Corporation.

Farms were warned by Israel’s National Cyber Directorate prior to the incident, being instructed to disable remote connections to these systems due to the high risk of cyberattacks. Roughly a dozen farms in the Jordan Valley and other areas failed to do so and had their water controllers hacked. This led to automated irrigation systems being temporarily disabled, forcing farmers to turn to manual irrigation.

May 26, 2023

Auto-GPT, BabyAGI, and AgentGPT: How to use AI agents

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, transportation

AI agents like Auto-GPT, AgentGPT, and BabyAGI build off of OpenAI’s API to automate tasks. Here’s how to use them.

May 26, 2023

Here’s why faster-than-light travel leads to maddening time paradoxes

Posted by in category: space travel

Forever intrigued by attempting the impossible, we’ve made traveling faster than the speed of light a staple of our works of science fiction. Most science fiction stories feature some way of getting from point A to point B faster than light, whether it’s via activating the warp drive or jumping into hyperspace.

May 26, 2023

Manipulating AI: Prompt Injection, Trap Tokens, & Post-Training Suggestion

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Making humans data, making data human.

May 26, 2023

Securing Artificial Intelligence in Large Language Models

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Artificial intelligence (AI) encompasses several disciplines: natural language processing, automated reasoning, machine learning (ML), deep learning, neural networks, cognitive computing, advanced analytics, and data mining, among others. Michela Menting, senior research director at ABI Research, explores the state of AI today and highlights the need to secure LLM models to prevent the risks of the unbridled evolution of AI.

More strictly, AI involves the study and creation of computer systems capable of intelligent behavior, i.e., capable of performing or mimicking cognitive functions that are intuitively associated with human minds, including the ability to learn from the environment, adapt to it, interpret it, make inferences, and solve problems.

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