70,000 hours of Minecraft videos should provide the AI ​​with new training data

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Online video is a huge untapped source of training data. OpenAI has now found a new way to use them. OpenAI's Minecraft bot is considered to be the best of its kind to date. And there's a reason for that: During the training phase, the system was able to view 70,000 hours of video material of … Continue reading 70,000 hours of Minecraft videos should provide the AI ​​with new training data

Predator: Greek government should eliminate all doubts about spyware use

Members of the Pegasus investigative committee see many indications that the Greek government could be involved in the local espionage scandal. (Image: iHaMoo/Shutterstock.com) After a four-day stay by ten members of the European Parliament's investigative committee into the use of Pegasus and comparable spy software in Cyprus and Greece, Sophie in 't Veld drew a sobering conclusion … Continue reading Predator: Greek government should eliminate all doubts about spyware use

Apple admits that only the latest macOS closes all known security gaps

Apple has confirmed for the first time that the manufacturer does not fix all vulnerabilities in previous macOS versions. The same obviously applies to iOS. (Image: nikkimeel/Shutterstock.com) Mac users only get all security patches if they are using the very latest version of the operating system. Apple made that clear for the first time. Due to "dependencies in … Continue reading Apple admits that only the latest macOS closes all known security gaps

RIPE meetings: IP addresses as spoils of war

The war in Ukraine also affects the Internet administration. IP address managers report problems and fear that addresses will become spoils of war. The war in Ukraine and Western sanctions against Russia are also issues at the 85th meeting of the Réseaux IP Européens Network (RIPE), for which the European IP address managers are currently convening … Continue reading RIPE meetings: IP addresses as spoils of war

Will there be a Windows 12? The answer!

Windows 11 has been available for a year, but there are already rumors that Microsoft is working on the successor. We summarize them. In early 2021, the prospect of a brand-new version of Windows seemed very unlikely. In 2015, Microsoft called Windows 10 “the last version of Windows” and later qualified this statement. In the beginning, new functions with major … Continue reading Will there be a Windows 12? The answer!

Elon Musk makes excuses to stop helping Ukraine

An article published by CNN reveals that the boss of SpaceX would like to withdraw its aid to Ukraine if the Pentagon does not provide more funds. However, the bill presented by Elon Musk is exaggerated and ignores massive state funding. Elon Musk behaves with Ukraine like a child who gets tired of a toy. After generously … Continue reading Elon Musk makes excuses to stop helping Ukraine

What’s going on with Elon Musk and his ‘peace plan for Ukraine?

Elon Musk got involved in the war in Ukraine with a peace plan that he would have matured. The Ukrainian government has made its point of view: perhaps it would be better to keep quiet. All it took was one tweet to provoke a very strong protest from the Ukrainian authorities. Or, more precisely, of a succession of … Continue reading What’s going on with Elon Musk and his ‘peace plan for Ukraine?

More than 1,800 Android and iOS apps pose data leak risks

The company Symantec, specializing in cybersecurity, is sounding the alarm regarding easy access to millions of private information in a large number of applications, mainly under iOS. © madartzgraphics/Pixabay The flaw would come in particular from the reuse of valid Amazon Web Services (AWS) tokens which would give access to a much wider range of … Continue reading More than 1,800 Android and iOS apps pose data leak risks