Introducing Investing in trustworthy AI
"’s initial focus? Tools that make generative AI safer and more transparent. And, people-centric recommendation systems that don’t misinform or undermine our well-being."
Introducing Investing in trustworthy AI

cross-posted from: > ## Product annoucements > - 13th gen Intel P-series mainboard > - AMD 7040 mainboard > - 16-inch variant (not many details) > - Expanding dimensions of expansion cards (e.g. eGPU) > - New modular input system - e.g. keyboard, numpad, expansion card I/O, secondary screen, open to public for 3rd-party devices > - New audio input jack expansion card > - Ability to use multiple storage expansion cards > - New case to re-use replaced battery as power block > - New mainboard case from CoolerMaster to build NUC-like system > - Matte screen option > - New bezel colors, including transparent >

"if ChatGPT, for example, built your plugin, you have to verify that all the code used is GPL compatible. Just like you are expected to validate licenses on libraries and code-snippets, everything in your plugin has to be GPL compatible. Should we determine that your code is a copy of someone else’s or includes code from non-GPL plugins, your submission will be rejected and any live plugins will be closed."

"Right now,* if you ask Microsoft’s Bing chatbot if Google’s Bard chatbot has been shut down, it says yes, citing as evidence a news article that discusses a tweet in which a user asked Bard when it would be shut down and Bard said it already had, itself citing a comment from Hacker News in which someone joked about this happening, and someone else used ChatGPT to write fake news coverage about the event. " A PeerTube site that’s basically like YouTube for Urbanism
cross-posted from: > This video site is worth checking out, if you haven't already. Share videos of what's working, and what isn't, in your community.

New Zealand lawmakers and other workers inside the nation's Parliament will be banned from having the TikTok app on their devices, following similar moves in many other countries.

Microsoft lays off team that taught employees how to make AI tools responsibly
**[As the company accelerates its push into AI products, the ethics and society team is gone](** [@technology]( Microsoft laid off its entire ethics and society team within the artificial intelligence organization as part of **[recent layoffs that affected 10,000 employees](** across the company, Platformer has learned. The move leaves Microsoft without a dedicated team to ensure its AI principles are closely tied to product design at a time when the company is leading the charge to make AI tools available to the mainstream, current and former employees said. #### [Microsoft lays off team that taught employees how to make AI tools responsibly - The Verge]( ####

cross-posted from: > Great history study of the matter

The government is right to prohibit the use of Tiktok on work devices, but experts think that the ban should also apply to other apps. "I don't think it's as simple as TikTok - bad; American companies - good. I think they're all bad," Australian National University cybersecurity researcher Vanessa Teague says.

TikTok execs had doubled down on efforts to convince UK policy advisers that their data is safe, but the UK will join the EU, US, Canada and other countries in banning TikTok. The move comes after a UK security review.

"TikTok is a Chinese company that currently is mandated to cooperate with Chinese intelligence services,” Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo said in a statement. The Belgian ban is based on a risk analysis by the country's intelligence services and recommendations by the national cybersecurity center.

tl;dr: - the CEO himself lobbied for less regulatory scrutiny of SVB - Trump signed the law effectively granting him that wish - SVB CEO sold his SVB stock 2 weeks before the crash - **bonus:** [SVB Chief Administrative Oficer used to be Lehman Brothers' CFO]( 🤣 > CEO Greg Becker personally led the bank’s half-million-dollar push to reduce scrutiny of his institution – and lawmakers obliged (…) > The bank reportedly did not have a chief risk officer in the months leading up to the collapse, while more than 90% of its deposits were not insured. > In 2015, SVB President Greg Becker submitted a statement to a Senate panel pushing legislators to exempt more banks – including his own – from new regulations passed in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. (…) > Touting “SVB’s deep understanding of the markets it serves, our strong risk management practices”, Becker argued that his bank would soon reach $50bn in assets, which under the law would trigger “enhanced prudential standards”, including more stringent regulations, stress tests and capital requirements for his and other similarly sized banks. > In his testimony, Becker insisted that $250bn was a more appropriate threshold. > **“Without such changes, SVB likely will need to divert significant resources from providing financing to job-creating companies in the innovation economy to complying with enhanced prudential standards and other requirements,” said Becker, who reportedly sold $3.6m of his own stock two weeks ago, in the lead-up to the bank’s collapse.** (…) > Around that time, federal disclosure records show the bank was lobbying lawmakers on “financial regulatory reform” and the Systemic Risk Designation Improvement Act of 2015 – a bill that was the precursor to legislation ultimately signed by President Donald Trump that increased the regulatory threshold for stronger stress tests to $250bn. Thanks Obama! 🤡 🤣

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