Google's policy change prompts caution in sharing personal, financial, and health data with AI, and warns of risks from malicious AI-posing apps.
AI gold rush makes basic data security hygiene critical
The increasing use of artificial intelligence (AI)—particularly text-generative AI—requires not only the need for a bigger focus on security but the application of critical data-protection fundamentals.
Google’s quantum computer instantly makes calculations that take rivals 47 years
Google has developed a quantum computer that outperforms existing supercomputers, performing calculations instantly that would take conventional machines 47 years.
What is a “corpus”? And why is everyone in AI suddenly talking about it? Here’s what you need to know
In artificial intelligence, a "corpus" is a data set used to train an AI system, varying based on the system's intended use, aiding in its domain-specific intelligence development.
As cybercrime evolves, organisational resilience demands a mindset shift
Cybercrime evolution calls for a mindset shift in Australian organizations, facing multifaceted cyber threats. While total prevention is unattainable, impact can be minimized with resilience strategies.
To pay or not to pay? Ransomware attacks are the new kidnapping
Ransomware attacks have become a persistent national security threat, causing disruptions and extorting businesses and essential services.
Fake websites are the latest tool in a wave of online shopping scams — Melinda fell for one and warns they're getting harder to spot
Even though it's handy, online shopping can be risky.
Quantum computers are starting to become more useful
IBM researchers have shown a 100+ qubit quantum computer's capability to simulate physics, exceeding classical supercomputers. This breakthrough, with implications in material science and beyond, boosts quantum computing and problem-solving abilities.
7 ways you didn't know you can use Bing Chat and other AI chatbots
AI chatbots possess impressive capabilities, excelling in technical tasks like coding and writing. However, these abilities merely scratch the surface of what chatbots are truly capable of.
Australian Medical Association calls for national regulations around AI in health care
Staff at five Perth hospitals have been told not to use AI like ChatGPT due to patient records potentially being hacked. There is however the potential to develop medical-specific AI kept that is safely inside hospitals.