As Congress weighs potential legislative and regulatory guardrails for the use of AI in healthcare, issues such as human oversight, privacy and security risk need close attention, said healthcare industry experts who testified during a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee hearing on Wednesday.
Nov. 30 marks the one-year public birthday of ChatGPT. Gartner's Avivah Litan shared insights on the current state and future of generative AI, as well as the potential market after-effects of the pre-Thanksgiving drama involving OpenAI, its board and fired/reinstated CEO Sam Altman.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Insights," Eyal Fisher discussed Sweet Security's Cloud Runtime Security Suite, which helps CISOS and security teams defend against all stages of a cyberattack by gathering data, generating insights, baselining the normal environment and looking for deviations.
In an effort to upstage Microsoft in the AI space, AWS CEO Adam Selipsky invited NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang and Dario Amodei, co-founder of Anthropic, to share the stage at AWS re:Invent 2023. Selipsky committed to integrating generative AI across AWS solutions and guardrails to secure customer data.
Nearly two dozen national cybersecurity organizations on Sunday urged AI developers to embrace "secure by design" and other preventive measures aimed at keeping hackers out from the mushrooming world of AI systems. The United Kingdom and United States spearheaded its development.
President Joe Biden's recent executive order for artificial intelligence encourages investment in AI while setting a vision for a regulatory framework to address issues involving AI technology safety, bias and other concerns in healthcare, said attorney Wendell Bartnick of the law firm Reed Smith.
European electoral and cybersecurity authorities on Tuesday held a joint exercise assessing plans to hold an incident-free election, weeks after trading bloc cybersecurity agency ENISA said the election is at risk from deepfake images and videos.
The Federal Trade Commission voted unanimously to approve the use of civil investigative demands for investigations related to the use of artificial intelligence, after a White House executive order on AI tasked the commission with policing competition and protecting consumers.
Having a small board of directors composed largely of current employees left OpenAI with insufficient governance and oversight, creating the conditions for Sam Altman's firing. Technology or financial firms considering an investment in OpenAI should have demanded a more stable and competent board.
Generative AI facilitates on-the-job learning, empowering team members to upskill themselves as they work and ultimately strengthening an organization's overall security posture, according to Fabio Fratucello, field chief technology officer, international, at CrowdStrike.
"Generative AI provides in terms of learning...
Emmett Shear's first move as OpenAI's third CEO in three days has been damage control with the AI firm's workers planning a mass exodus over the firing of CEO Sam Altman. But the course correction may be too little, too late as 95% of the staff is demanding that the board that fired Altman resigns.
Nearly a dozen critical vulnerabilities in the technical infrastructure that companies use to build artificial intelligence models could allow hackers to access the tools and use them as gateways into the systems in which they are housed. Several of the 15 disclosed vulnerabilities are not patched.
Sam Altman's abrupt exit from OpenAI has sent shockwaves rippling through Silicon Valley over this weekend, but of a variety very different than those that emanated from the recent collapses of FTX and SVB. Altman spent the last six years building a transformational technology.
Technology investors and executives are reeling from OpenAI's shocking firing of co-founder and CEO Sam Altman, though there's a chance the split may be short-lived. 'Whatever offense Altman committed, it would have to be tremendous for the board to make this move,' said Rain Capital's Chenxi Wang.
The organization behind ChatGPT carried out a shocking firing of its high-profile chief executive for being "not consistently candid in his communications with the board." OpenAI's board said Friday that it "no longer had confidence" in Sam Altman's ability to continue leading the AI juggernaut.