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6 Prompts You Don't Want Employees Putting in Microsoft Copilot
6 Prompts You Don't Want Employees Putting in Microsoft Copilot
Microsoft Copilot is a powerful asset for companies, but with it comes an increased risk of data exposure. In this article, Varonis demonstrates prompt-hacking examples that can expose sensitive data.
·www-bleepingcomputer-com.cdn.ampproject.org·
6 Prompts You Don't Want Employees Putting in Microsoft Copilot
Threat of mining to African great apes
Threat of mining to African great apes
Mining for clean energy minerals could put one-third of Africa’s ape population at risk.
·science.org·
Threat of mining to African great apes
Luiza Jarovsky on LinkedIn: Felin & Holweg
Luiza Jarovsky on LinkedIn: Felin & Holweg
🚨EXCELLENT AI PAPER ALERT: "Theory Is All You Need: AI, Human Cognition, and Decision Making" by Teppo Felin & Matthias Holweg is all you need to read about…
·linkedin.com·
Luiza Jarovsky on LinkedIn: Felin & Holweg
Pnas
Pnas
·pnas.org·
Pnas
ChatGPT Is a Blurry JPEG of the Web
ChatGPT Is a Blurry JPEG of the Web
OpenAI’s chatbot offers paraphrases, whereas Google offers quotes. Which do we prefer?
·newyorker.com·
ChatGPT Is a Blurry JPEG of the Web
E-waste Generation Outpaces Recycling: UN Report Highlights Concerns
E-waste Generation Outpaces Recycling: UN Report Highlights Concerns
E-waste is soaring five times faster than recycling capabilities worldwide. Despite 2022's record 62m tonnes of e-waste, only 22.3% was officially recycled. For a sustainable future, recycling and reuse rates have to be improved.
·www-edie-net.cdn.ampproject.org·
E-waste Generation Outpaces Recycling: UN Report Highlights Concerns
Data Is Environmentally Dirty. What to Do?
Data Is Environmentally Dirty. What to Do?
Now that data is mostly out there, in the cloud, it seems easy to imagine that it’s “clean.” Time to think again.
·supplychainbrain.com·
Data Is Environmentally Dirty. What to Do?
The AI Industry Is Steaming Toward A Legal Iceberg
The AI Industry Is Steaming Toward A Legal Iceberg
Legal scholars, lawmakers and at least one Supreme Court justice agree that companies will be liable for the things their AIs say and do—and that the lawsuits are just beginning.
·wsj.com·
The AI Industry Is Steaming Toward A Legal Iceberg
AI Ethics and Governance in Practice
AI Ethics and Governance in Practice
In 2019, the Public Policy Programme, in collaboration with the UK’s Office for Artificial Intelligence and the Government Digital Service, published the UK Government’s official Public Sector Guidance on AI Ethics and Safety. This document provides public sector organisations with the Process-Based-Governance (PBG) Framework, a framework for applying principles of AI ethics and safety to the design, development, and deployment of algorithmic systems.
·turing.ac.uk·
AI Ethics and Governance in Practice
‘We Will Coup Whoever We Want’: Elon Musk and the Overthrow of Democracy in Bolivia
‘We Will Coup Whoever We Want’: Elon Musk and the Overthrow of Democracy in Bolivia
On July 24, 2020, Tesla’s Elon Musk wrote on Twitter that a second U.S. “government stimulus package is not in the best interests of the people.” Someone responded to Musk soon after, “You know what wasn’t in the best interest of people? The U.S. government organizing a coup against Evo Morales in Bolivia so you could obtain the lithium there.” Musk then wrote: “We will coup whoever we want! Deal with it.”
·counterpunch.org·
‘We Will Coup Whoever We Want’: Elon Musk and the Overthrow of Democracy in Bolivia