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Government agencies are increasingly recognizing the critical importance of strengthening their cybersecurity measures. Just recently, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced its plans to conduct more rigorous inspections of water facilities to prevent potential cyberattacks. This proactive approach highlights the growing concern over the vulnerability of government organizations to cyber threats. Lee McKnight, an associate
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The field of deep learning has seen significant advancements in recent years, with techniques reaching human-level accuracy in image classification and natural language processing tasks. As a result, researchers have been exploring new hardware solutions to meet the computational demands of deep neural networks. One such solution is the development of hardware accelerators, specialized computing
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In recent years, Large Language Models (LLMs) have gained popularity for their ability to process, generate, and manipulate texts in multiple languages. With their widespread use in various applications, these models are capable of providing quick answers to queries, creating content for specific purposes, and interpreting complex texts. However, despite the impressive capabilities of LLMs,
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The recent launch of OpenAI’s GPT-4o has sparked discussions about the ethics and implications of developing AI systems with increasingly human-like personalities. While the new version of the ChatGPT chatbot promises more natural engagement with users through voice conversations and emotional responses, there are concerns about the potential risks associated with creating AI that can
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Music streaming giant Spotify is currently facing a lawsuit in a US federal court, accusing the company of underpaying songwriters, composers, and publishers by tens of millions of dollars. The Mechanical Licensing Collective (MLC), a non-profit organization responsible for collecting and distributing royalties from music streaming services, filed the lawsuit in New York. The suit
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Traditional two-terminal devices have long been the foundation of electronic components, connecting circuits via two electrical terminals. However, these components have often posed limitations on the performance and functionality of systems. At the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC), researchers at the iGAN Laboratory, led by Prof. Haiding Sun, have made a breakthrough
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The emergence of Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces (RIS) in the realm of wireless communications has sparked a newfound excitement among engineers and researchers at the University of Glasgow and their counterparts in the U.K. and Australia. This innovative technology has the potential to revolutionize indoor communication by providing precise location tracking of individuals and objects within
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