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Cyberlatte - January 12th


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In 2024, we will face a bleak digital age, as social media platforms move away from the logic of Web 2.0 and toward one dictated by AI-generated content. Companies have been quick to incorporate large language models (LLM) into online services, with hallucinations (inaccurate and unjustified responses) and errors, which have further fractured our trust in online information.


In releasing the Global Cybersecurity Outlook 2024, the WEF, in collaboration with Accenture, said that one in two respondents believe that artificial intelligence will lead to advances in the development of cybersecurity crimes, such as viruses, impersonation frauds such as phishing and fake notes.


At next week's Davos World Economic Forum (WEF), the central concerns of businesspeople, officials and leaders attending will be increasing confidence in the use of artificial intelligence and new technologies, as well as strengthening cybersecurity, said the company Incode Technologies, specialized in identity verification.


Google Maps will migrate users' location history to their devices. Until now, this data is stored in the cloud. The measure will prevent the authorities from accessing this information without the user's consent, according to an assessment by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), a non-profit organization that defends fundamental rights in the framework of the digital age and that has celebrated Maps update.

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