Inside the ChatGPT race in China

Most people who’ve experienced ChatGPT firsthand in China have accessed it through VPNs or paid workarounds—for example, clever entrepreneurs have essentially rented out OpenAI accounts or asked ChatGPT questions on buyers’ behalf, at the price of a few bucks per 20 questions. But even more people are seeing the results through screenshots and short social […]

These startups hope to spray iron particles above the ocean to fight climate change

Commercializing ‘climate repair’ Despite the concerns and unknowns about this approach, the studies have already inspired a handful of entrepreneurs. Fiekowsky cofounded an earlier startup, Methane Oxidation Corp., that planned to use iron particles to restore methane concentrations to preindustrial levels, according to a spring 2021 application for funding from Stripe, the online payments company. […]

AI-powered Bing Chat loses its mind when fed Ars Technica article

Aurich Lawson | Getty Images reader comments 8 with Share this story Over the past few days, early testers of the new Bing AI-powered chat assistant have discovered ways to push the bot to its limits with adversarial prompts, often resulting in Bing Chat appearing frustrated, sad, and questioning its existence. It has argued with […]

Latest attack on PyPI users shows crooks are only getting better

reader comments 2 with Share this story More than 400 malicious packages were recently uploaded to PyPI (Python Package Index), the official code repository for the Python programming language, in the latest indication that the targeting of software developers using this form of attack isn’t a passing fad. All 451 packages found recently by security […]

Low-code and no-code: A marked movement for digital platform development

Thank you for joining us on “The cloud hub: From cloud chaos to clarity.” From being used to migrate and eliminate existing shadow IT applications to short-term projects to operational reporting and self-service applications, we see a marked movement toward enterprise-grade applications that perform complex functions. This paper captures the key trends Infosys sees across […]

Hatch uses a cloud-based immersive solution to streamline its design reviews

Thank you for joining us on “The cloud hub: From cloud chaos to clarity.” Hatch, a provider of business and technical experience to multiple sectors, developed a virtual reality solution in the cloud to improve its project review process. Maurice Tayeh, global CIO for Hatch, shares details about the innovative solution that improved their time […]

Democratization of cybersecurity

Thank you for joining us on “The cloud hub: From cloud chaos to clarity.” Avrohom Gottheil, founder of #AskTheCEO Media, recaps the fascinating conversation he had with Vishal Salvi, SVP & CISO at Infosys, about the evolution of cybersecurity and the question about whose responsibility it is to keep us safe. Click here to continue. […]

The rise of new-age cyber heroes

Thank you for joining us on “The cloud hub: From cloud chaos to clarity.” Cybersecurity experts tell us the hows and whys of today’s cybersecurity world, and how the emerging hacker ecosystem calls for a new type of defender. Click here to continue. Source: MIT Technology Review

Security chaos engineering for improving cloud cyber resilience

Thank you for joining us on “The cloud hub: From cloud chaos to clarity.” Chaos engineering is a new approach to learning about systems by breaking them and determining whether they can be easily recovered. Security chaos engineering assesses cyber resiliency through controlled but random experiments, and identifies potential failures before they turn into outages. […]