Google is urging owners of Android phones that use certain Samsung chipsets to take immediate action to protect themselves from critical vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities can allow skilled hackers to compromise devices by making a specially crafted call to the owner’s number.
Why do AI generated images always have too many fingers?
Despite advancements in AI technology, these algorithms do not always produce accurate results. A long time ago, back in 2023, AI image generators were unable to correctly render hands instead creating grotesque caricatures of the human anatomy.
Why do loop variables in programming languages often use the lowercase letter i?
How often have you seen code use a loop variable “i” like this?
Federal police take down dark web cryptocurrency mixing service, ChipMixer, and seize $42M in Bitcoin.
The United States Justice Department has coordinated with international law enforcement agencies to dismantle ChipMixer, a darknet cryptocurrency “mixing” service that laundered over $3 billion worth of cryptocurrency from 2017 to the present.
Next up for AI? Artificial social intelligence (ASI).
Researchers at the Beijing Institute for General Artificial Intelligence (BIGAI) argue that Artificial Intelligence (AI) lacks social skills, making it difficult for AI to understand social contexts.
Scientists throw and catch a single atom using light, paving the way for a new type of dynamic quantum computing.
Researchers have shown through the use of optical traps that they can throw and catch individual atoms using light on the smallest field imaginable.
Researchers have achieved a breakthrough to enable ‘perfectly secure’ hidden communications for the first time.
A group of researchers has made a breakthrough in secure communications by developing an algorithm that conceals sensitive information so effectively that it is impossible to detect that anything has been hidden.
Facebook is on a new path to improve artificial intelligence, messaging, creator content, and creator monetization.
Over the coming year, Facebook will build more ways to integrate messaging features in the app. The goal is to make it easy and convenient for people to connect and share, whether in the Messenger app or directly within Facebook.
What’s even better than quantum computing? How about computers that use biological hardware made with cultures of brain cells!
Despite AI’s impressive track record, its computational power pales in comparison with a human brain. Now, scientists unveil a revolutionary path to drive computing forward: organoid intelligence, where lab-grown brain organoids act as biological hardware.
Researchers have developed a web-based game that trains you to spot the difference between machine-generated and human-written text.
A team of researchers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering and Applied Science are developing ways to mitigate the risks of artificial intelligence’s role in reinforcing social biases, committing fraud and identity theft, generating fake news, spreading misinformation, and more.