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NewsA world-first computer chip transmits data via sound waves rather than electrons Pin
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NewsThis Copilot is stupid and wants to kill me Pin
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Quote:
In the law, this concept is crit­ical, and known as chain of custody: the idea that the reli­a­bility of certain mate­rial depends on veri­fying where it came from. For instance, without recording the chain of custody, you could never intro­duce docu­ments into evidence at trial, because you’d have no way of confirming that the docu­ments were authentic and trust­worthy.

“But that’s not how AI models work—there’s no way of preserving license infor­ma­tion.” I don’t assume that the limi­ta­tions of today’s systems will neces­sarily persist.


Even without that sort of breakthrough in how NN's work there's a solution. Build multiple models with publicly available training sets. If you're generating code with an AI trained on only MIT licensed code, anything it regurgitates back at you will be MIT licensed as well. And by making the training datasets public the professional MS bashers and professional license violation hunters can work together to make sure the training data is what it claims to be.
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NewsA wide range of routers are under attack by new, unusually sophisticated malware Pin
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NewsFBI warning: Crooks are using deepfakes to apply for remote tech jobs Pin
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NewsArm’s Immortalis GPU is its first with hardware ray tracing for Android gaming Pin
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NewsSome Assembly required Pin
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NewsNASA completes its first commercial space launch from Australia Pin
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NewsMITRE shares this year's list of most dangerous software bugs Pin
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NewsReport: Microsoft Defender is hogging Intel CPUs while AMD Ryzen remains unscathed Pin
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NewsHow to write poetry to communicate with aliens Pin
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