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AI Chatbot Could Become Real Threat If Controlled by Oppressive Power

By Hannah Ng and Tiffany Meier 

AI chatbots, such as ChatGPT, could become a real threat if it is controlled by an oppressive power like adversarial countries, according to Rex Lee, a cybersecurity adviser at My Smart Privacy. In an interview with The New York Times, Hinton sounded the alarm about the ability of artificial intelligence (AI) to create false images, photos, and text to the point where the average person will “not be able to know what is true anymore.”

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SXSW 24 New Cold War- Global Threat Actors Will Have Access to Quantum Computers

By: Rex M. Lee, Privacy Advisor and Tech Journalist for My Smart Privacy

Is quantum computing the next frontier of modern technology? Some say it will change the world, but others fear the risks. A single quantum computer could break all modern encryption systems according to experts at MIT, plus numerous government agencies. Given the rising cyber threat posed by China, how can the United States safeguard its data?

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Why Back-to-Office Policies Won’t Help Big Tech Sell AI: The Remote Work Contradiction

By: Daniel W. Rasmus for Serious Insights

There is a growing tension between Big Tech’s pre-pandemic promotion of remote work and its current back-to-office efforts. The shift in workplace dynamics and management strategies forces buyers to question the tech industry’s credibility.

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Apple Intelligence Initial Analysis: Apple Shows the Market How AI Should Be Done on Devices

By: Daniel W. Rasmus for Serious Insights

At the Apple World-Wide Developers Conference today, the company showed a bevy of new features across its platforms following a commercial for its Apple TV+ streamer. I’m sure, like me, many of those watching the WWDC live stream from Tim Cook and the team kept waiting for AI.

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IBM Think 2024: Could AI Help Figure Out What Customers Will Want?

By Rob Enderle for Techspective

Every industry has the same problem: figuring out what customers will want in a three-, five-, or 10-year timeframe. The reason we need to know what customers will want is that it takes from three to 10 years to create a new product, evaluate it, assure it, then bring it to market. Apple’s late CEO Steve Jobs figured that out early on.

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2024 Work Trend Index Annual Report: The Worrisome Microsoft and LinkedIn Report

By: Daniel W. Rasmus for Serious Insights

The 2024 Work Trend Index Annual Report from Microsoft and LinkedIn delivers some worrisome insights about the future of work. Most notably, it shines a bright light on the power of automation over common sense

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TECHTALK SUMMITS LAUNCHES TECHTALK DAILY TECHNOLOGY KNOWLEDGE BASE

Peterborough, NH – May 22, 2024 – TechTalk Summits, the leader in events for technology professionals and executives, announced today the launch of TechTalk Daily, a comprehensive and searchable library of resources from leading technology companies.

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SWSW 2024 Report- The New Cold War

By: Rex M. Lee, Privacy Advisor and Tech Journalist for My Smart Privacy

I attended the SXSW 2024 session “The Tech Industry and Cold War Two” hosted by Jason Schenker, Chairman of the Futurist Institute. Cold War Two refers to geopolitical tensions between the United States, its allies, as well as China, and Russia, plus all their allies/proxies.

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How Mercedes’ Partnership With NVIDIA Helped Beat Tesla To Autonomous Driving

By Rob Enderle for TG Daily
With all of the hype surrounding Tesla and autonomous driving, you’d think Tesla cars would be farther along than its competitors when it comes to a reliable solution, but that isn’t the case. 

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Why Lenovo Is The Better Choice Than Dell In AI Deployment

By Rob Enderle for TGDaily

When it comes to AI deployments, two companies stand out for their breadth of offerings, but only one of the two currently has the experience to better assure the outcome.

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