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Artificial Intelligence Reduces 100,000-Equation Quantum Physics Problem To Four
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Physicists have employed artificial intelligence to simplify a difficult quantum problem that previously required 100,000 equations to a reasonable effort of as few as four equations—all while maintaining accuracy. The discoveries, which were published in Physical Review Letters on September 23rd, have the potential to transform how scientists study systems

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Python Vulnerability In The Tarfile Module (Cve-2007-4559) Affects More Than 350,000 Projects
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A Python vulnerability discovered in the tarfile module impacts hundreds of thousands of open source projects, posing supply chain security concerns, according to Trellix. CVE-2007-4559, the Python vulnerability, was discovered in 2007 and is still present in the tarfile module. The Trellix Advanced Research Center uncovered the route traversal attack

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Google’s New Ai, Audiolm, Can Almost Perfectly Mimic Speech And Music
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Google’s research division has launched AudioLM, a framework for creating high-quality audio that retains consistency across time. The most amazing part is that it does so without prior transcripts or annotations, despite the fact that the generated speech is syntactically and semantically acceptable. Furthermore, it keeps the speaker’s identity and

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Ai Artwork Wins Art Competition: Are Imputing Text Prompts Enough To Become An Artist?
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Jason M. Allen created an award-winning AI artwork using Midjourney, an artificial intelligence technology that turns lines of text into hyper-realistic pictures. Mr. Allen’s piece, “Théâtre D’opéra Spatial,” won the fair’s new digital artists category, making it one of the first AI-generated works to do so. This spurred intense debates

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Will Ai-Automated Code Production Make Human Programmers Obsolete?
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AI-automated code production will speed up software development by generating more code in less time. How far will AI go in replacing or augmenting human coders’ labor? According to the experts polled by IEEE Spectrum, coding as we know it may be on its way out. However, computer programming and

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Ofcom Investigation Will Probe Amazon, Microsoft, And Google Regarding Their Market Share
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A new Ofcom investigation will see the UK communications regulator probe the operations and market practices of cloud hyperscalers Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, and Google. Ofcom will look at the firms with the largest market share. The UK cloud services business is valued at £15 billion, yet at the moment,

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Customer Information Was Stolen In A Recent American Airlines Security Breach
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An “unauthorized actor” received customers’ personal information from an American Airlines security breach, including names, birthdays, mailing and email addresses, phone numbers, driver’s licenses, passport numbers, and “some medical information.” According to a sample letter from the company dated September 16th, the airline discovered the breach in July and launched

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Nvidia Announced The New Nemo And Bionemo Large Language Models At Gtc 2022
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NVIDIA unveiled two new big language model cloud AI services at the GTC 2022 event: the NeMo and BioNemo large language models. The NeMo LLM Service lets developers quickly adapt a number of pre-trained foundation models through the use of a training method termed rapid learning. The BioNeMo LLM Service

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Worldwide Ai Spending Will Reach $300 Billion By 2026
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According to a new IDC projection, worldwide AI spending, including software, hardware, and services for AI-centric systems, is expected to exceed $300 billion by 2026. Also, the global market value of artificial intelligence solutions will surpass $450 billion in 2022 and climb further over the next five years. The whole

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Linkedin Donates Feathr, Their Feature Store, To The Linux Foundation
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LinkedIn developed Feathr to help manage and distribute features used in its machine learning technologies. According to LinkedIn, the feature store is presently being used to track hundreds of features used by the social media giant. LinkedIn released the code of the feature store under an Apache 2.0 license in

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