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FakeGPT: Malware 'OpenAI' links on Facebook; Govt may take 0.3% UPI Maintenance Fee
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AI News today:
Study finds fake ChatGPT domains and extensions stealing personal information
Security firm CloudSEK discovered that at least 13 Facebook accounts with over 500,000 followers were compromised.
These accounts were used to spread malware via Facebook ads, disguising it as a link to an Open AI page.
Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt urges AI industry to ensure technology does not harm
He observes that AI technology can produce images that are indistinguishable from reality and has urged the AI industry to be cautious.
OpenAI restricts access to ChatGPT in Italy
This follows an order from the local data protection authority to stop processing Italians’ data for the ChatGPT service.
Levi’s clarifies AI-generated models are not a substitute for action on diversity
The clothing company came under fire for plans to use AI models to show more diverse skin tones and body types in its marketing.
New! AI Learning Resource:
A new exhaustive report by Credit Suisse lists how various industries can benefit from ChatGPT.
Today, we look at the AI use cases in Information Technology in our new AI Learning Resource Segment:
Software Development and Programming: Write, debug, and explain code in various languages.
Search Engines: ChatGPT has been incorporated into Bing, creating BingAI to understand and respond to language inputs and answer questions (i.e., search tools).
Data Structuring: Generate SQL queries to turn unstructured data into structured data.
Chatbots: Companies can integrate ChatGPT into their chatbots for customer service or into employee FAQ pages.
Tech News Roundup:
Google sued for $4.2 billion in advertising revenue
Elon Musk appears to offer $1 million reward to identify those responsible for Twitter “botnets”
Govt may consider 0.3% fee to maintain UPI payment system & ensure financial viability: IIT Bombay study
UBS-Credit Suisse merger expected to lead to job losses of over 30,000