Thu, 9 February 2023
Episode 285 of the Transatlantic Cable kicks off with yet more news around A.I and the ever-interesting topic of ChatGPT. However, this time, the discussion starts with regulation and the CTO of Open AI believes that it’s inevitable. Moving from that to a more quirky story, still involving A.I however: a small team have used AI to create a never-ending Seinfield episode, streaming over on Twitch – sadly at the time of writing, it appears to have been shut down, but it still raises interesting questions around content creation, human creativity and what A.I will bring (or take away) from the table.
Moving away from A.I to more cyber-security related news – the team discuss the closure of Exclu, an encrypted mobile phone company that enabled criminals to chat without fear of snooping, however the Dutch police were already inside the systems.
To wrap up, the team talk about a recent story around the FBI’s changing approach to ransomware, with the recent Hive takedown.
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· The Creator of ChatGPT Thinks AI Should Be Regulated
· Dutch Police Read Messages of Encrypted Messenger 'Exclu'
· AI has been generating an endless Seinfeld episode
· Hive takedown illustrates FBI’s evolution towards victim-recovery efforts
Direct download: Transatlantic_Cable_Podcast_285.mp3
Category:technology -- posted at: 7:35am EDT