Monthly Archives: May 2024

Journalists “deeply troubled” by OpenAI’s content deals with Vox, The Atlantic

reader comments 13 On Wednesday, Axios broke the news that OpenAI had signed deals with The Atlantic and Vox Media that will allow the ChatGPT maker to license their editorial content to further train its language models. But some of the publications’ writers—and the unions that represent them—were surprised by the announcements and aren’t happy… Read More »

Google’s AI Overview is flawed by design, and a new company blog post hints at why

Enlarge / The Google “G” logo surrounded by whimsical characters, all of which look stunned and surprised. reader comments 92 On Thursday, Google capped off a rough week of providing inaccurate and sometimes dangerous answers through its experimental AI Overview feature by authoring a follow-up blog post titled, “AI Overviews: About last week.” In the… Read More »

Federal agency warns critical Linux vulnerability being actively exploited

Getty Images reader comments 40 The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has added a critical security bug in Linux to its list of vulnerabilities known to be actively exploited in the wild. The vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2024-1086 and carrying a severity rating of 7.8 out of a possible 10, allows people who have already… Read More »