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Ofcom letter on restrictions on internet services for "designated persons" [pdf] (ofcom.org.uk)

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Rackspace Investigates 12-Hour Long and Still Active Outage Affecting Microsoft Exchange (bleepingcomputer.com)

American cloud computing services provider Rackspace is investigating a 12-hour-long and still active outage leading to connectivity issues and affecting hosted Microsoft Exchange environments they manage for their customers. Read article

PlayStation Plus Subscribers Getting One of the Most Popular PS2 Games (comicbook.com)

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Air Force to intensify adoption of artificial intelligence (executivegov.com)

Lauren Knausenberger, chief information officer for the Department of the Air Force, said the service branch must intensify the adoption of artificial intelligence and machine learning in order to further automate its manual processes and maintain dominance over competitors, DefenseNews reported Thursday. Read article

Microsoft Is Ready to Fight For Its $69 Billion Activision Deal (yahoo.com)

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Amazon rolling out 'AI Service Cards' for transparency on facial recognition limitations (biometricupdate.com)

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ElectronicDesign.com Security Validation (electronicdesign.com)

www.electronicdesign.com is using a security service for protection against online attacks. Read article

Xbox One X and PC Game Pass subscribers can look forward to 10 more games joining the service during December (trueachievements.com)

Sign up for free now to have your achievements and gaming statistics tracked. Read article

Fuser to shut down live services, affecting multiple achievements (trueachievements.com)

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Intruders gain access to user data in LastPass incident (theregister.com)

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Xbox Game Pass Announcement: Hot Wheels Unleashed Will Not Be In The Service (trueachievements.com)

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DJ Game Fuser to Sunset Live Services (ign.com)

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Apple's Crash Detection Feature Is Calling 911 While People Are Skiing (lifehacker.com)

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Machine Learning System Rental Service Available from Cerebras and Cirrascale (nextplatform.com)

The pricing information that Cerebras and Cirrascale divulged for doing specific GPT AI training runs on a quad of the CS-2 supercomputers was announced in conjunction with a partnership with Jasper, one of a number of AI application providers who are helping enterprises of all industries and sizes figure out how to deploy large language models to drive their applications. Read article

Apple and Customers Help End AIDS with Its Product Red (apple.com)

Apple Watch users can show support with a selection of seven Apple Watch faces in red available for download from apple.com/product-red.1 Once downloaded, users can raise awareness by sharing these faces with other Apple Watch users. Read article

Amazon MMO New World: Trouble From the Start (pcgamer.com)

Amazon's MMO New World (opens in new tab) enables players to create and join companies—basically the same thing as guilds—which confer various benefits to members: Money, access to services, that sort of thing. Read article

Empower AI Launches Joint Venture Company and Mentor-Protégé Relationship with AmeriinfoVets (washingtonexec.com)

Empower AI has launched a joint venture company and mentor-protégé relationship with AmeriinfoVets Inc. AI-Vets is a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business and TERO-certified Native American firm, specializing in diverse technology solutions like application development and engineering, artificial intelligence and machine learning, cybersecurity and infrastructure for federal and commercial organizations. Read article

GoTo suffers security breach, warns customers (bleepingcomputer.com)

Remote access and collaboration company GoTo disclosed today that they suffered a security breach where threat actors gained access to their development environment and third-party cloud storage service. Read article

Global Artificial Intelligence in Cybersecurity Market (2022 to 2027) - Growing Need for Cloud-Based Security Solutions Among SMES Presents Opportunities (globenewswire.com)

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Hive Social Wants to Take Over Twitter (wired.com)

In the weeks since Elon Musk took control, users have been fleeing to whatever platforms they can regroup on: Instagram, Mastodon, Cohost, Substack. Read article

Gmail Spammers Are Overtaking Google's Email Service (chromeunboxed.com)

Over the past few years, I’ve noticed something quite annoying. Read article

McKinsey named a Leader in AI Service Providers by Forrester (mckinsey.com)

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December Google Play services update preps driver's licenses (androidpolice.com)

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EA Announces Server Closures For All Xbox Games (trueachievements.com)

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Amazon Pushes for AI Service Cards with Limits on Discrimination (seekingalpha.com)

Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) said it would tell customers about the limitations of software that are sold by Amazon Web Services in the form of AI Service Cards amid concerns about AI systems being discriminatory against certain groups, Reuters reported. Read article

Global Artificial Intelligence in Cybersecurity Market (2022 to 2027) - Growing Need for Cloud-Based Security Solutions Among SMES Presents Opportunities (yahoo.com)

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YouTube App Crashes on Open (9to5google.com)

Over the past hour or so, some YouTube for iPhone and iPad users have reported that the app is repeatedly crashing on open. Read article

Amazon SageMaker notebook governance update Adds new capabilities to help manage models (infoworld.com)

Amazon Web Services on Wednesday added new features to its managed machine learning service Amazon SageMaker, designed to improve governance attributes within the service and adding new capabilities to its notebooks. Read article

Google begins refunding Stadia hardware (engadget.com)

Google today that it’s beginning to process refunds for Stadia hardware bought on the Google Store. Read article

Google Announces It’s beginning to process refunds for Stadia hardware bought on the Google Store (engadget.com)

Google today that it’s beginning to process refunds for Stadia hardware bought on the Google Store. Read article



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