Facebook has shut down a controversial chatbot experiment that saw two AIs develop their own language to communicate. The social media firm experimented with teaching two chatbots, Alice and Bob, how to negotiate with one another. However, researchers at the Facebook AI Research Lab (FAIR) found that they had deviated from the script and were inventing new phrases without any human input.
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OSquery, an open-source framework created by Facebook that allows organizations to look for potential malware or malicious activity on their networks, was available for Mac OS X and Linux environments until today.
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NETMYSOFT Chief Technical Officer (CTO) Laxman Muthiyah spotted a vulnerability on Facebook’s Rights Manager platform. This vulnerability allows Freebooting that means the act of downloading someone else’s pirated content and uploading it another online platform.
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