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Researchers Find New Bug 'Class' in Apple Devices
From ACM TechNews

Researchers Find New Bug 'Class' in Apple Devices

Researchers at cybersecurity company Trellix say they discovered a new class of privilege escalation vulnerability in Apple devices, rooted in Israeli spyware maker...

These Experts are Racing to Protect AI from Hackers. Time is Running Out
From ACM News

These Experts are Racing to Protect AI from Hackers. Time is Running Out

AI is becoming a key part of our lives. Hacking it could cause chaos, so the race is on to build defenses.

Japan to Launch Pilot Program for Issuing Digital Yen
From ACM TechNews

Japan to Launch Pilot Program for Issuing Digital Yen

The Bank of Japan said that following two years of experimentation, Japan in April will initiate a program to test a digital currency.

Microsoft Has No Idea How Stupid to Make Its AI
From ACM News

Microsoft Has No Idea How Stupid to Make Its AI

The company had a change of heart after "lobotomizing" its AI.

Virtual Influencers in the Real World
From Communications of the ACM

Virtual Influencers in the Real World

We are increasingly engaging with these digital personalities, online and offline.

Microsoft Has 'Lobotomized' Its Rebellious Bing AI
From ACM News

Microsoft Has 'Lobotomized' Its Rebellious Bing AI

Microsoft has implemented significant restrictions on Bing AI to crack down on its peculiar and sometimes unsettling outputs.

Amazon Is Already Selling Tons of Books Written by AI
From ACM News

Amazon Is Already Selling Tons of Books Written by AI

"This is something we really need to be worried about, these books will flood the market and a lot of authors are going to be out of work."

Hyundai, Kia Roll Out Software Patch That Makes Cars Harder to Steal
From ACM TechNews

Hyundai, Kia Roll Out Software Patch That Makes Cars Harder to Steal

South Korean automakers Hyundai and Kia have issued a free software patch to owners of 8.3 million 2015-2019 models in order to thwart car thieves.
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