How Organizations Can Ensure The Balance of Innovation And Privacy Of AI

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Benzinga

AI is integrating into enterprises but privacy and safety are still a cause for concern. In the era of artificial intelligence (AI), enterprises are navigating the challenges of technological innovation while also safeguarding privacy and security. The ultimate goal is to create a foundational balance that is not only a compliance requirement but also a cornerstone for sustainable advancement. As enterprises fuse AI into their systems, making them part and parcel of the operations and decision-making processes, a protective measure must be in place to keep sensitive information safe. Delving f… Read More “How Organizations Can Ensure The Balance of Innovation And Privacy Of AI”

Nancy Pelosi, Husband $1 Million Richer Thanks To Nvidia Options, But Missed Out On Earlier $12.5-Million Profit

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Benzinga

U.S. Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) reported a transaction for call options in NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) in December. What Happened: The transaction, which took place on Nov. 22, was for 50 call options with a strike price of $120 and an expiration date of Dec. 20, 2024. The filing listed a transaction price of $1 million to $5 million. Unusual Whales pinned the actual price to around $1.8 million. Nvidia shares traded between $476.90 and $503.35 on the day of purchase. Based on today’s price, the Nvidia stake is now worth more than $3 million and has made a profit of over $1 million for Pelo… Read More “Nancy Pelosi, Husband $1 Million Richer Thanks To Nvidia Options, But Missed Out On Earlier $12.5-Million Profit”

Tidal wave of new digital solutions demands a new approach to the customer-vendor partnership

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CIO

CIO’s Executive Roundtables offer CIOs and other senior IT professionals a chance to get together and discuss important issues of the day, such as how to optimize the value of new digital solutions. I’ve been leading these roundtables for nearly two decades, and it is clear that the present state is very different from the past. The current state is highly dynamic and exciting, but the rate of change has the potential to overwhelm IT leadership, who need to consider adopting numerous new business-critical technologies, from evaluating and deploying artificial intelligence to building the corpo… Read More “Tidal wave of new digital solutions demands a new approach to the customer-vendor partnership”

New tech means updated laws to protect kids, EU Commission says

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DPA

The European Commission wants to update legislation to protect children from sexual abuse with the rise of new technologies in an overhaul proposed on Tuesday. “Fast evolving technologies are creating new possibilities for child sexual abuse online, and raises challenges for law enforcement,” EU Home Affairs Commissioner Ylva Johansson said in a statement. The proposed update aims to address new challenges since the adoption of the current rules in 2011 and expands the definition of criminal offences related to child sexual abuse. This includes content generated with artificial intelligence, l… Read More “New tech means updated laws to protect kids, EU Commission says”

New tech means updated laws to protect kids, EU Commission says

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DPA International

The European Commission wants to update legislation to protect children from sexual abuse with the rise of new technologies in an overhaul proposed on Tuesday. “Fast evolving technologies are creating new possibilities for child sexual abuse online, and raises challenges for law enforcement,” EU Home Affairs Commissioner Ylva Johansson said in a statement. The proposed update aims to address new challenges since the adoption of the current rules in 2011 and expands the definition of criminal offences related to child sexual abuse. This includes content generated with artificial intelligence, l… Read More “New tech means updated laws to protect kids, EU Commission says”

Archaeology breakthrough as AI to help scholars decode scrolls scorched by Mount Vesuvius

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GB News

Artificial Intelligence has been identified as a potential way of reading 2,000-year-old scrolls buried by a volcanic eruption. An eruption at Mount Vesuvius was thought to have turned documents into charcoal. The Herculaneum Papyri now holds letters believed to have belonged to the family of Julius Caesar. Documents were discovered in 1752 but attempts to unfurl the charred scrolls proved unsuccessful. The collection is also believed to contain thousands of ancient texts, possibly including works by Aeschylus and Sappho. Four passages have now been deciphered by a trio of students who used AI… Read More “Archaeology breakthrough as AI to help scholars decode scrolls scorched by Mount Vesuvius”

Michigan Senate Democrats: Fine those who lie to keep people from voting

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The Detroit News

LANSING, Mich. — Michigan Senate Democrats introduced a bill Tuesday that would allow for fines to be issued against individuals who intentionally spread lies about election dates or registration laws to prevent people from voting. The proposal, sponsored by Sen. Mary Cavanagh, D-Redford Township, came amid increasing concerns about the use of artificial intelligence and misinformation in the upcoming presidential election. Michigan is widely expected to be among a handful of states that will decide which party controls the White House next year. Under the measure, a person who intentionally m… Read More “Michigan Senate Democrats: Fine those who lie to keep people from voting”

Meta wants industry-wide labels for AI-made images

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Relaxnews

By JOSH EDELSON / AFP Meta on Tuesday said it is working with other tech firms on standards that will let it better detect and label artificial intelligence-generated images shared with its billions of users. Meta on Tuesday said it is working with other tech firms on standards that will let it better detect and label artificial intelligence-generated images shared with its billions of users. The Silicon Valley social media titan expects to have a system in place in a matter of months to identify and tag AI created images posted on its Facebook, Instagram and Threads platforms. Meta and other … Read More “Meta wants industry-wide labels for AI-made images”

Texas companies behind fake Biden robocalls to NH voters could face ‘severe’ felony charges

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AlterNet

Investigators have not ruled out potential felony charges for the two Texas-based companies that used artificial intelligence (AI) in an effort to trick New Hampshire democratic primary voters into not casting ballots. New Hampshire Attorney General John Formella, who is a Republican, told CBS News that he’s considering class B felony charges in response to the roughly 5,000 to 25,000 robocalls that went out to New Hampshire voters ahead of the state’s presidential primary earlier this month. Those calls used AI to impersonate the voice of President Joe Biden in calls to voters encouraging the… Read More “Texas companies behind fake Biden robocalls to NH voters could face ‘severe’ felony charges”

Texas companies behind fake Biden robocalls to NH voters could face ‘severe’ felony charges

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Alternet (UK)

Investigators have not ruled out potential felony charges for the two Texas-based companies that used artificial intelligence (AI) in an effort to trick New Hampshire democratic primary voters into not casting ballots. New Hampshire Attorney General John Formella, who is a Republican, told CBS News that he’s considering class B felony charges in response to the roughly 5,000 to 25,000 robocalls that went out to New Hampshire voters ahead of the state’s presidential primary earlier this month. Those calls used AI to impersonate the voice of President Joe Biden in calls to voters encouraging the… Read More “Texas companies behind fake Biden robocalls to NH voters could face ‘severe’ felony charges”