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New Method Hopes to Understand Multi-Attacks Against Image Classification Systems
A recent study has delved deep into the complexities of these attacks, particularly focusing on the alarming trend of multi-attacks that can simultaneously manipulate the classifications of multiple images. This research, conducted by the adept team at Stanislav Fort, sheds light on the critical issues surrounding... Read more
Judges in England and Wales Have Given the Green Light for the Use of AI in Writing Legal Opinions
According to a report by ABC News, The Courts and Tribunals Judiciary said that AI can now be used to help write legal opinions. But, though AI has been given the green light, they stressed that it should be used for research or legal analyses due... Read more
Deloitte Provides Employees with New AI Chatbot, PairD
In a bid to boost productivity, Deloitte is providing 75,000 employees across Europe and the Middle East with a new generative AI chatbot aimed at assisting with emails, PowerPoints, and more. The Financial Times reported that the firm launched an internal AI and it’s called “PairD.”... Read more
ODSC’s AI Weekly Recap: Week of January 5th
Artificial intelligence has been moving at the speed of light with all of the news that has come out. So let’s recap what we covered here at ODSC and other stories that we may have missed so you can stay in the know of all things... Read more
Microsoft Adding New Windows Keyboard That Will Activate Copilot
In a new blog post, Microsoft announced that the company will be adding a new Windows key that will allow users to activate its AI tool, Copilot. According to the company, this move is to help users “key off the year of AI-powered Windows PCs“. To... Read more
U.S. Supreme Court Warning of Dangers Related to AI in the Legal Profession
On Sunday, the Supreme Court published the 2023 Year-End Report on the Federal Judiciary. In the 13-page overview of the past year, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court acknowledged how AI could potentially benefit and harm the legal system. Within the report, US Chief Justice... Read more
Samsung Poised to Show Off New Smartphone With AI Taking the Lead Role
Electronics maker Samsung is poised to introduce a new smartphone that will have AI taking the lead role. According to a report by pymnts.com, Samsung will debut a new Galaxy S series phone on January 17th that packs an AI punch. Already a leader in smartphone... Read more
ODSC’s AI Weekly Recap: Week of December 29th
Artificial intelligence has been moving at the speed of light with all of the news that has come out. So let’s recap what we covered here at ODSC and other stories that we may have missed so you can stay in the know of all things... Read more
Apple’s Ferret Multimodal LLM Getting New Attention
Back in October, a team of researchers from Apple and Columbia University subtly released its own large language model named Ferret, an open-source multimodal LLM, at the time of its release it was available for research purposes with no commercial license option. According to VentureBeat, the... Read more
Microsoft Copilot Adds AI Music Creation
In a blog post, Microsoft announced a new AI-powered music creation feature in its Copilot program. This new feature is thanks to a partnership with Suno, it brings the ability to create music to users regardless of musical capabilities. According to the post, by using a... Read more