A bug in Google’s Chrome browser has been patched after security researcher Sergei Glazuno discovered the issue in software’s FreeType font rendering library. Google announced that they are monitoring the issue and breach but did not reveal details on any specific attacks. Security researchers have stated that everyone should update their Chrome browsers as soon as possible in order to receive the bug fix.
Psychologist Omri Gillath and his team of researchers from University of Kansas have published a new paper with findings that explore people’s trust in artificial intelligence and relationships. The research shows that people who are more anxious or worried about their relationships are more likely to have distrust in AI. Those who have enhanced attachment security are more likely to trust AI. These findings help drive the idea that you can predict someone’s trust levels towards other scenarios if they have concerns about their relationships.
As artificial intelligence continues to advance, there are emerging areas within AI and machine learning that are most likely to take off. One of these is neural network compression, where AI could run algorithms directly on a specific device instead of having to send data to a server, which increases the chance of a data breach. Generative AI is another segment that could explode in the next decade. Currently, machine learning models study existing data, whereas in the future AI could create its own novel content.
The first enterprise-class, AI-first CRM platform has been created by Microsoft, Adobe, and C3.ai. This joint CRM integrates Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Adobe Experience Cloud, while including C3.ai’s data models, connectors, and AI models. “The dynamics of the market and the mandates of digital transformation have dramatically changed CRM market requirements. A general-purpose CRM system of record is no longer sufficient,” commented Thomas M. Siebel, CEO of C3.ai.
As telework has increased throughout the coronavirus pandemic, the issue of cybersecurity has been on the rise for the Pentagon. IT officials are still concerned with how to establish zero-trust cybersecurity on a global scale for the Defense Department. “There’s not a perfect template necessarily for every situation or every capability,” stated John Sherman, principal deputy chief information officer at the Pentagon. With more remote work taking place, personal networks that are unsecure have been a major concern.