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The bleeding edge: In case you haven't noticed, AI technology is all the rage with the kids lately. If it's not Dall-E or Stable Fusion; it's ChatGP, Bart, Bing Chat, or some other company's large language model. Not wanting to get left in the dust, the UK sank a sizable investment into building the next exascale supercomputer.
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PSA: Hackers can steal your username and password for a website using an embedded iframe. It's a weakness for all password managers, and most have addressed the flaw in various ways, including issuing warnings when users are on a login page with an iframe or not trusting subdomains. Bitwarden is the sole exception, having determined in 2018 that the threat was not significant enough to address.
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Why it matters: OpenAI launched GPT-4 this week, an update to its popular language model and technology that aims to improve precision and is designed to act as an underlying engine for chatbots, search engines, online tutors, and more. GPT-4 is now available to paid subscribers and there's a waitlist to use the model via API. Furthermore, the AI race is on, with "AI startups" raising funds like there is no tomorrow and big tech companies like Google scrambling to make it known that they are not so far behind.
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