OpenAI debuts ChatGPT and GPT-3.5 series as GPT-4 rumors fly

Check out the on-demand sessions from the Low-Code/No-Code Summit to learn how to successfully innovate and achieve efficiency by upskilling and scaling citizen developers. watch now🇧🇷 As GPT-4 rumors fly around NeurIPS 2022 this week in New Orleans (including whispers that details about GPT-4 will be revealed there), OpenAI has managed to make plenty of … Read more

Why CISOs need to make software bills of materials (SBOMs) a top priority in 2023

Check out the on-demand sessions from the Low-Code/No-Code Summit to learn how to successfully innovate and achieve efficiency by upskilling and scaling citizen developers. watch now🇧🇷 Software supply chains are soft targets for attackers looking to capitalize on the lack of transparency, visibility and security of open-source libraries they use for embedding malicious code for … Read more

Talent development: 4 upskilling success stories

In the war for talent, sometimes the solution is right in front of you. For businesses struggling to compete for tech talent, investing in your current talent through upskilling and training initiatives can provide invaluable returns, as many IT leaders are finding. A study from Korn Ferry estimates that by 2030 more than 85 million … Read more

Artifact Poisoning in GitHub Actions Imports Malware via Software Pipelines

An attacker submitting changes to an open source repository on GitHub could cause downstream software projects that include the latest version of a component to compile updates with malicious code. That’s according to software supply chain security firm Legit Security, which said in an advisory published on Dec. 1 that this “artifact poisoning” weakness could … Read more

Charge it, in a jam: AAA deploys mobile electric-vehicle charging truck in Bend; second city in Oregon

PORTLAND, Ora. (KTVZ) – AAA is expanding its capabilities and membership benefits by providing more services for electric vehicle drivers with the addition of a mobile charging truck in Bend, the organization said Thursday. AAA said it is offering more roadside solutions for EV drivers and investing in research to better understand electric vehicle functionality … Read more

Darktide is the weird, mucky, and spectacle-filled Left 40K Dead I crave

I knew the hulking Ogryn would be my class in Warhammer 40,000: Darktide as soon as I shot his starting gun: a shotgun which holds a single shell the size of a can of beans. Sounds excessive, but that’s the kind of firepower you need when four outcasts face thousands of cultists, mutants, and demons. The follow-up to Vermintide is once again a Left 4 Dead-style cooperative first-person shooter with a fair whack of melee and, having played a lot of the beta and a little after launch, it’s a joyously grubby brawl with a great cast of weirdos.

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Homelessness researchers get real-time data from mobile phone surveys

A homeless encampment in Los Angeles. Credit: Shutterstock Few laws from Los Angeles City Hall spark as much debate as those dealing with homelessness. Look no further than the city’s controversial ordinance banning camping in certain public places, which became a hot-button issue ahead of the municipal election. Yet missing from many policy discussions are … Read more