Tag: OpenAI

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State hackers actively misuse AI for debugging and malware creation

State hackers actively misuse AI for debugging and malware creation

State-sponsored hackers from several countries actively use AI and LLMs to support their attack campaigns. Microsoft and OpenAI share how they are leveraging their research results to improve the security of AI tools. According to Microsoft and OpenAI, state-sponsored hackers increasingly use AI... Read more

date2 months ago
Microsoft Azure is rapidly overtaking AWS

Microsoft Azure is rapidly overtaking AWS

Microsoft Azure is growing much faster than AWS. In recent years, Microsoft's cloud service has been catching up with market leader AWS. The rapid growth rate of Microsoft Azure struck market analysts, writes CNBC. They estimated that five years ago, Azure's cloud size was only half that of AWS... Read more

date2 months ago
AI-generated images get a watermark

AI-generated images get a watermark

The placement of a watermark on images from an AI image generator has suddenly gained momentum. OpenAI is tackling the placement from the developer side, while Meta will add the watermark after a review of images shared online. The updates do not prevent the creation of malicious content, but OpenA... Read more

date2 months ago
ChatGPT’s recent leak the result of account takeover

ChatGPT’s recent leak the result of account takeover

ChatGPT inadvertently stored conversations of other users in the conversation history of another user. This poses a security problem for other users, as passwords, among other things, were leaked. The leak was disclosed to the editors of Ars Technica. Update 31-01 (Erik van Klinken): It is now k... Read more

date3 months ago
Privacy watchdog: ‘ChatGPT in violation of privacy laws’

Privacy watchdog: ‘ChatGPT in violation of privacy laws’

Italy's privacy watchdog sees the tool ChatGPT as in violation of the privacy law. The regulator came to this conclusion after an investigation into the AI tool. Italy's privacy commission opened an investigation into ChatGPT and imposed a ban on the AI tool after indications that the tool viol... Read more

date3 months ago
ChatGPT gets smarter, cheaper and less lazy

ChatGPT gets smarter, cheaper and less lazy

OpenAI has refined its offerings and made many of them cheaper. A new LLM for ChatGPT reduces incidents where the chatbot shows "laziness" in its responses. Meanwhile, developers can now make AI models understand text better. Developers now also have greater flexibility with the OpenAI API. Mult... Read more

date3 months ago
Microsoft deviates from OpenAI with new team for small AI models

Microsoft deviates from OpenAI with new team for small AI models

Microsoft has formed a team to develop smaller AI models. In doing so, it wants to make AI a lot cheaper to run than it is today. At the same time, the company could become a lot less dependent on OpenAI. According to The Information, the new team will be led by Misha Bilenko, CVP Azure AI Cogni... Read more

date3 months ago
Sam Altman wants to build AI chips with Middle Eastern help

Sam Altman wants to build AI chips with Middle Eastern help

To drive their AI innovation, all major tech companies rely heavily on Nvidia's hardware. OpenAI CEO Sam Altman plans to secure billions from Middle Eastern partners to reduce this dependence. Altman's chip plans are not new. In November, their coverage from Bloomberg was overshadowed by the tur... Read more

date3 months ago
“GPT Store poses threat to privacy and security”

“GPT Store poses threat to privacy and security”

This week, OpenAI launched the long-awaited GPT Store. It also announced ChatGPT Team, which is aimed at small-scale organizations. However, data security is in question, believes Alastair Paterson, CEO of Harmonic Security. Custom GPTs will now be able to be distributed through the GPT Store. P... Read more

date3 months ago
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