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3 March 2023

 
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Why ChatGPT should be considered a malevolent AI – and be destroyed

It not only told everyone I died but tried to fake my obit. Are we ready for this machine-driven future?

 
 

OFF-PREM

Salesforce banks savings by sweating tech infrastructure for an extra year

Revenue rocks, but boosting margins means five year old servers and four year old PCs

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Datacenters still a boys' club, staffing shortages may change that

Fifth of server warehouse operators polled didn't employ a single female worker

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Arm co-founder: Britain's chip strat 'couldn’t be any worse'

Lack of route to domestic semiconductor supply best of British stuffup, says Urquhart

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How many premium portable sales = HP CEO's 2022 compensation?

977 EliteBook x360 830 G6 Notebooks makes one Enrique Lores

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APNIC elections: Reform activists rejected, org welcomes stronger election protections

Candidates supported by Morocco-backed group fail to win a single seat on Executive Council

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Secure CI/CD Pipelines

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Crappy insecure software in Biden's crosshairs

Just-revealed US cybersecurity strategy 'has fangs' for catching crafty criminals and crummy coders

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CI/CD: Necessary for modern software development, yet it carries a lot of risk

With great speed comes great insecurity

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Intruder alert: WH Smith hit by another cyber attack

Less than a year after Funky Pigeon leaked data of greetings cards biz

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Forget ChatGPT, the most overhyped security tool is technology itself, Wiz warns

Infosec also needs to widen its talent pool or miss out

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7 Experts on the Importance of Understanding Your Attack Surface and Relevant Threat Landscape

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SOFTWARE

At Citrix, 'perpetual licenses' means 'we'd rather move you to a subscription'

Intros 'universal licenses' that can be deployed anywhere and include extra support sweeteners

Why ChatGPT should be considered a malevolent AI – and be destroyed

It not only told everyone I died but tried to fake my obit. Are we ready for this machine-driven future?

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If Tesla Investor Day was about exciting investors then boy did it fail

No new cars, unanswered questions, and FSD goals still looming in distance may be why stock is tanking

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Linux Mint 21.2 and Cinnamon 5.8 desktop take shape

Along with better integration for all three editions

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Now we're building computers from lab-grown brain cells

Oi! Organoid Intelligence could be more data- and power-efficient than AI

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My God, it's full of tabs: Vivaldi's coolest new features shine on phones and cars

Opera founder's outfit continues to push the browser functionality envelope

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Microsoft adds features to Windows 11 monthly – managing it is your problem

'Continuous innovation' means it's time to refine your WSUS skills unless you want users doing all sorts of weird stuff

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Amid the gloom of widespread layoffs, Fujitsu is hiring and acquiring

Buys GK Software and intends to put 1,600 new people on staff – some of them oldies

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China's efforts to influence standards are mostly fake – and flopping

But Carnegie Endowment worries a handful are real, and that the ITU is 'susceptible to manipulation'

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OpenAI opens ChatGPT floodgates with dirt-cheap API

'This has to be a loss-leader to lock out competitors'

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OFFBEAT

Funnily enough, FDA forbids Elon Musk's Neuralink human experiments

It's still coming soon ... just like it was in 2019, and 2020, and 2021, and 2022

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UK space faces cash freeze unless watchdogs step up

'Toxic' environment requires reboot to restore confidence following failed satellite launch

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Defense boffins take notes from sci-fi writers on the future of warfare

Neat! Everything's gonna be just like Call of Duty!

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NASA finds crashing spacecraft into asteroids is a viable defence strategy

Recoil from DART impact changed Dimorphos's orbit more than expected

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Find pushes back birth of Europe's steel hardware to about 3,000 years ago

Iberians were using heavy metal on hard rock way before it was cool

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