- Twitter: Only verified accounts will be eligible for recommendations starting 15th April
Twitter CEO Elon Musk announced on Tuesday that “Starting 15th April, only verified accounts will be eligible to be in For You recommendations,” According to him, this is the only realistic way to address advanced AI bot swarms. He also asked users for voting on the same to verify new development.
In addition, he also said that bot accounts can verify if they follow “Twitter – Terms & Conditions” and doesn’t harm anyone.
In latest report, it is revealed that half of the Twitter users who opted for Blue Subscription Service have less than 1,000 followers on the platform. It indicates that, till now Twitter Blue subscription service has failed to attract verified Twitter users. Only 6,482 legacy verified accounts have yet been paid for subscription to Twitter Blue. Interesting part is, there are many Twitter Blue subscribers who have zero followers.
- Delhi, India gets its First Quantum Computing-Based Telecom Network
New Delhi – According to IT and telecom minister Ashwini Vaishnaw, India’s National Capital – Delhi gets the country’s first quantum computing-based telecom network link and it is operational now. Vaishnaw says at the first international quantum enclave, “The quantum computing telecom communication link, is now operational between Sanchar Bhawan and National Informatics Centre office located in CGO Complex in the national capital.”
- Microsoft unveils Microsoft Security Copilot
Microsoft is continuously and consistently embedding its AI services into it’s existing and new portfolio. Most significant is OpenAI ChatGPT 4 inclusion in many of products. This time Microsoft integrates OpenAI’s GPT-4, into its offerings, with a focus on enhancing security measures.
The tech giant recently announced its latest innovation, the Microsoft Security Copilot, which purports to be the world’s first security solution to leverage state-of-the-art large language models, empowering analysts at all levels of expertise to more effectively monitor and address potential security threats. Despite the vast amount of resources and money that have been devoted to exploring the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) in the realm of cybersecurity, it is Microsoft who has succeeded in bringing this technology to life with the introduction of Security Copilot.
According to Microsoft Chairman and CEO Satya Nadella, Security Copilot represents a significant breakthrough in the field of cyber operations, leveraging advanced AI models, security-optimized infrastructure, threat intelligence, and skills to bolster every facet of security operations. This cutting-edge technology promises to augment and enhance the capabilities of security personnel across the board, ushering in a new era of cybersecurity.