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"We call on all AI labs to immediately pause for at least 6 months the training of AI systems more powerful than GPT-4."
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A recent survey found that a further 25% were "too embarrassed" to do the same, while 22% said they can't afford it.
The company has threatened to restrict its rivals from using Bing search data if it keeps being used for other AI projects.
The data has now been removed from GitHub, but the social media giant wants to know how the culprit obtained it.
WooCommerce plug-in users were issued an automatic update to close a security vulnerability as fast as possible.
Employee attendance is being tracked, with threats of escalating warnings for those that don't comply.
A new provision would force companies to make cancelling subscriptions as easy as signing up.
The launch sees Microsoft expand into the project planning market, where it'll compete with the likes of monday.com.
The vulnerability, also discovered on some Google Pixel phones, has been dubbed "the Acropalypse" by security researchers.
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Despite the escalating costs of cyberattacks, only 15% of surveyed businesses are adequately prepared.