Tag Archives: Generative artificial intelligence

09Jan/24

Siemens and AWS join forces to democratize generative AI in software development

Siemens and Amazon Web Services (AWS) are strengthening their partnership and making it easier for businesses of all sizes and industries to build and scale generative artificial intelligence (AI) applications. Domain experts in fields such as engineering and manufacturing, as well as logistics, insurance or banking will be able to create new and upgrade existing applications with the most advanced generative AI technology. To make this possible, Siemens is integrating Amazon Bedrock – a service that offers a choice of high-performing foundation models from leading AI companies via a single API, along with security, privacy, and responsible AI capabilities – with Mendix, the leading low-code platform that is part of the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio. Continue reading

30Nov/23

Sumsub Research: UK Deepfake Incidents Surge 300% from 2022 to 2023

Sumsub, a full-cycle verification platform, today released its third annual Identity Fraud Report. The report revealed that the UK has experienced a 300% rise in deepfake cases from 2022 to 2023, rising to 780% across all of Europe. The report provides a comprehensive analysis of identity fraud across industries and regions based on millions of verification checks across 28 industries and over 2,000,000 fraud cases between 2022-2023*. Read more

11Oct/23

Gymshark Plans Accelerated Global Growth with Google Cloud AI

Today, at Google Cloud Next London 2023, Gymshark, the fitness community and apparel brand, announced that it has selected Google Cloud to support the next phase of its digital growth. Gymshark will use Google Cloud’s technology to enhance its data analytics capabilities, improve customer experiences, and drive innovation and growth with generative AI. Continue reading

10Oct/23

THALES PARTNERS WITH GOOGLE CLOUD TO BUILD NEW, GENERATIVE AI-POWERED SECURITY CAPABILITIES

  • New AI-powered features built into the CipherTrust Data Security Platform utilizing Google Cloud’s foundation models and generative AI support in Vertex AI1 to automate the Discovery and Protection of critical data
  • Collaboration will enable the automation of fundamental tasks for customers and help ensure data security Continue reading
04Oct/23

Upcoming ABI Research Webinar Explores Generative AI in Manufacturing: A Transformational Powerhouse or Potential Problem?

The excitement around generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) in manufacturing comes from building out potential use cases, scaling from creating new designs to ultimately overhauling entire production processes. Global technology intelligence firm ABI Research is pleased to announce its upcoming webinar, Generative AI In Manufacturing: Transformative Technology or Potential Problem?, which will explore generative AI and its potentially transformative impact on the worldwide manufacturing ecosystem. This event is a must-attend for generative AI providers, manufacturing software providers, and manufacturers looking to understand which use cases fit their respective industry and company size. Continue reading

28Sep/23

Does AI have a right to free speech? Only if it supports our right to free thought

Simon McCarthy-Jones, Trinity College Dublin

The world has witnessed breathtaking advances in generative artificial intelligence (AI), with ChatGPT being one of the best known examples. To prevent harm and misuse of the technology, politicians are now considering regulating AI. Yet they face an overlooked barrier: AI may have a right to free speech.

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26Sep/23

The recent victories of the WGA and Anil Kapoor are indicative of a future of creative-AI compatibility.

Sept. 26, 2023 /Entertainment/ — The recent victories for the WGA (Writers Guild of America) and Anil Kapoor are certainly indicative of a growing awareness of the need to protect creative workers in the age of AI. The WGA deal, in particular, is a significant step forward, as it ensures that writers will be compensated fairly for their work on streaming platforms. Kapoor’s court victory is also important, as it sets a precedent for protecting celebrities’ digital likenesses from unauthorized use.

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21Sep/23

The global survey of what news organisations are doing with artificial intelligence report produced by JournalismAI

Sept. 20, 2023 /Media/– In this comprehensive report,  more than 120 editors, journalists, technologists and mediamakers from 105 organisations across 46 different countries shared their insights and experience on what news organisations are doing with AI. Continue reading

25Jul/23

Actors are really worried about the use of AI by movie studios – they may have a point

Dominic Lees, University of Reading

Film and television actors in the US came out on strike on July 14, causing Hollywood productions to shut down. The action has also had an impact on US films shooting in the UK: director Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice 2 has “paused” and the production of Deadpool 3, filming at Pinewood Studios with stars Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman, has been stood down.

The dispute is about remuneration for actors, very few of whom enjoy the high income of Hollywood stars. But an additional argument between the union, SAG-AFTRA, and film producers is about the use of artificial intelligence (AI). Actors are fearful of the impact of AI on their careers.

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