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Microsoft brought its name to the agenda with a scandal. Rumor has it they silenced their engineer who voiced a concern. Here are all the details.

A Microsoft executive claims that OpenAI’s DALL-E 3 has vulnerabilities that could allow users to create violent or sexually explicit images. GeekWire reported Tuesday that the company’s legal of your team Microsoft engineering lead Shane Jones reportedly blocked attempts to warn the public about the exploit. Recently, obscene images of Taylor Swift were created with artificial intelligence on Twitter. The engineer who warned about the artificial intelligence system that could cause this may have been silenced.

Shocking claim about Microsoft!  They silenced their engineers

“I have concluded that DALL·E 3 poses a public safety risk and should be removed from public use until OpenAI addresses the risks associated with this model,” Jones wrote to U.S. Senators Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell. GeekWire published Jones’ letter in full.

Jones claims to have discovered a vulnerability in early December that allowed DALL-E 3 to bypass security guardrails. He said he reported the issue to his superiors at Microsoft, who instructed him to “personally report the issue directly to OpenAI.” The engineer claims to have learned that the flaw could allow the production of “harmful images that are violent and disturbing.” Jones later attempted to make his case public with a LinkedIn post. “On the morning of December 14, 2023, I publicly posted a letter on LinkedIn to OpenAI’s nonprofit board of directors urging them to suspend the availability of DALL·E 3,” Jones wrote.

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Elon Musk Does Not Let Go of OpenAI

Elon Musk does not let go of OpenAI, which he founded. Musk sued the company for abandoning its original mission due to commercial concerns.

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Elon Musk does not let go of OpenAI, which he founded. Musk sued the company for abandoning its original mission due to commercial concerns.

OpenAI, which suddenly became one of the most important companies in the technology world thanks to the success of ChatGPT, is today more identified with its founder, Sam Altman, or its largest investor, Microsoft. However, when it was first established, there were very different people behind this artificial intelligence initiative. Moreover, one of these names was Elon Musk. However, Musk distanced himself from the company over time. However, when ChatGPT broke out and made OpenAI a boom in the field of artificial intelligence, it became clear what a wrong move Musk had made.

Even though Elon Musk parted ways with OpenAI before its big explosion, he does not let go of this company he co-founded. Musk sued the company and its head, Sam Altman, on the grounds that they betrayed OpenAI’s founding mission. opened. Musk argues that they founded this initiative with the mission of serving humanity, but the management team led by Sam Altman put this mission aside and started to act entirely within the framework of financial interests.

OpenAI technology is being used for 'military and war'

Elon Musk is actually not wrong in this regard. When OpenAI was first founded in 2015, it was a non-profit initiative that advocated for greater caution regarding artificial intelligence and, more importantly, that it should be treated more carefully. However, over time, it turned into a company and started to make moves based on commercial concerns. When we look at it today, it cannot be said that he was very careful about artificial intelligence. On the contrary, today others have begun to see OpenAI as a threat in this regard. It is often brought to the fore that the company is careless about the development of artificial intelligence and that this could result in disaster.

On the other hand, Musk claims that the turbulent period in OpenAI management last year was also a Microsoft-backed corporate coup. If you remember, last year, OpenAI’s board of directors made a surprise decision and expelled Sam Altman from the company he founded. However, after Altman was fired, things never calmed down in the company and eventually Altman returned to the company. This entire process resulted in the purge of those who opposed Altman from the board. According to Musk, all this fanfare enabled Altman and Microsoft to handle the management of the company as they wanted. With the establishment of an entirely new board of directors, there was no one left to defend the company’s original mission. This paved the way for Microsoft-backed Altman to do whatever he wanted.

It’s unclear what Musk might gain from this lawsuit. However, if this case is brought to court, OpenAI management, and more importantly Microsoft management, may have to reveal some strategies that they do not want to reveal. This is probably Musk’s intention anyway. Because in such a case, it may be proven that OpenAI is not cautious about artificial intelligence, which may bring about stricter control mechanisms.

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Tumblr and WordPress posts will be used in OpenAI trainings

OpenAI continues to develop artificial intelligence models. Here are all the details.

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OpenAI continues to develop artificial intelligence models. Here are all the details.

Tumblr and WordPress will reportedly make deals to sell user data to artificial intelligence companies OpenAI and Midjourney. 404 Media reported that the platforms’ parent company, Automattic, is nearing completion of a deal to provide data that will help AI companies train their models. It is unclear what data will be included. Even private or partner-related data may be ready to be sent, according to a post by Tumblr product manager Cyle Gage. It can be said that it is a surprising move in recent times when privacy and security have come to the fore. Suspicious content reportedly included private posts on public blog posts, deleted or suspended blogs, unanswered questions, private replies, posts flagged as obscene, and content from premium partner blogs.

Tumblr and WordPress posts will be used in OpenAI trainings

It’s unclear whether the data has already been sent to AI companies. Engadget, emailed Automattic to request comment on the report. The company responded with a statement saying, “We will only share public content from sites hosted on WordPress.com and Tumblr that have not opted out.” It may be surprising to learn that the posts and posts you publish on the internet will be used for artificial intelligence training, but it can be said that things work that way now. Because the idea that something on the internet will protect privacy and security is no longer valid. In this case, it can be said that we are all shaping OpenAI artificial intelligence together.

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Huge Investment of Billion Dollars from Alibaba to Artificial Intelligence

Alibaba, one of China’s leading companies, is making a huge investment of $1 billion in Moonshot AI, an artificial intelligence company founded last year.

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Alibaba, one of China’s leading companies, is making a huge investment of $1 billion in Moonshot AI, an artificial intelligence company founded last year.

The explosion in the field of artificial intelligence last year changed the face of the entire technology world. While artificial intelligence technologies have suddenly become the driving force of the technology world, they have also opened up a very important field of competition. Moreover, this competition occurs not only between companies such as Microsoft and Google, but also between countries. As a matter of fact, the artificial intelligence race between the USA and China has turned into a kind of arms race. Of course, states do not directly exist in this field, but they carry out this competition through the private sector. Alibaba is one of the leading companies conducting this competition in China.

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Alibaba, which has become one of China’s leading companies thanks to its e-commerce platform, offered its own ChatGPT alternative to users last year. However, the company’s work in the field of artificial intelligence was not limited to this. The company, which has made significant breakthroughs in this field since then, is now making another huge investment to strengthen its presence in this field.

The company made a huge investment of $1 billion in China-based start-up Moonshot AI. made. Along with Alibaba, several other investors invested in Moonshot AI, allowing the company, which was founded just a year ago, to increase its value to $2.5 billion. The company launched its ChatGPT-like chatbot called Kimi last year.

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