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prologic
Reply to #cbzsoyq
This is what the last couple of weeks have been like at work 🔥
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prologic
Reply to #cbzsoyq
Following in @mckinley'a style 😆
10 minutes ago
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prologic
MOTW: What's the most interesting media (_photo, video, image or screenshot_) you've captured this week? 🤔
11 minutes ago
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prologic
Reply to #fcghsma
@shreyan You can join at 6am or even later!

The timing is never strict and I usually just leave the call open for quite a few hours 👌
27 minutes ago
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prologic
My sincere apologies @shreyan 🙏
30 minutes ago
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prologic
For anyone else that can't login to twtxt.net and believe they had an account, please reach out to me. I suffered a recent database corruption. Your feed is likely still there, so just reach out and we can sort out any mess 🙏
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**Cruise Reached an $8M+ Settlement With the Person Dragged Under Its Robotaxi**
Bloomberg reports that self-driving car company Cruise "reached an $8 million to $12 million settlement with a pedestrian who was dragged by one of its self-driving vehicles in San Francisco, according to a person familiar with the situation."

The settlement was struck earlier this year and the woman is out of the hospital, ... ⌘ Read more
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**Bruce Schneier Reminds LLM Engineers About the Risks of Prompt Injection Vulnerabilities**
Security professional Bruce Schneier argues that large language models have the same vulnerability as phones in the 1970s exploited by John Draper.

"Data and control used the same channel," Schneier writes in Communications of the ACM. "That is, the commands that told the phone switch what to do were ... ⌘ Read more
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**Facing Angry Users, Sonos Promises to Fix Flaws and Restore Removed Features**
A blind worker for the National Federation of the Blind said Sonos had a reputation for making products usable for people with disabilities, but that "Overnight they broke that trust," according to the Washington Post.
They're not the only angry customers about the latest update to Sonos's wireless speaker system. The newspap ... ⌘ Read more
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**'Openwashing'**
An anonymous reader quotes a report from The New York Times: There's a big debate in the tech world over whether artificial intelligence models should be "open source." Elon Musk, who helped found OpenAI in 2015, sued the startup and its chief executive, Sam Altman, on claims that the company had diverged from its mission of openness. The Biden administration is investigating the risks and benefits of open source models. Proponents of open source A ... ⌘ Read more
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**Why do animals have three eyelids when humans only have two ?**
If you've ever looked closely when your dog or cat blinks, you may have noticed that it has a third eyelid. Dan Baumgardt: Our family dog used to have... ⌘ Read more
11 hours ago
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**Slovakian government official raises eyebrows with 'flat Earth' comment**
Prominent Slovakian politician Lukas Machala is reportedly no stranger to conspiracy theories. In the age of orbiting satellites, interplanetary space... ⌘ Read more
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**The Delta Emulator Is Changing Its Logo After Adobe Threatened It**
After Adobe threatened legal action, the Delta Emulator said it'll abandon its current logo for a different, yet-to-be-revealed mark. The issue centers around Delta's stylized letter "D", which the digital media giant says is too similar to its stylized letter "A". The Verge reports: On May 7th, Adobe's lawyers reached out to Delta with a firm b ... ⌘ Read more
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**M5Stack Launches Low-Cost 433MHz & 868MHz LoRa Modules**
M5Stack Launches Low-Cost 433MHz & 868MHz LoRa Modules
M5Stack has launched two new LoRa Modules in 433MHz and 868MHz versions, designed to enhance long-range wireless communication for IoT applications. Using the Ra-02 module with Semtech's SX1278 chip, these modules excel in remote control, smart city infrastructure, and industrial automation where standard networks are inadequate. ⌘ Read more
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**Proteins In Blood Could Provide Early Cancer Warning 'By More Than Seven Years'**
An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Guardian: Proteins in the blood could warn people of cancer more than seven years before it is diagnosed, according to research [published in the journal Nature Communications]. Scientists at the University of Oxford studied blood samples from more than 44,000 people in t ... ⌘ Read more
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prologic
Reply to #6wcpwma
@mckinley Oh well in that case, I'd redesign the IRC protocol to be more like a combination of what Signal is today but with SMTP like capabilities. A bit like what we've been trying to do with Salty IM -- So-called "federated" instant messaging, with group support and fully e2e encrypted.
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**Utah Locals Are Getting Cheap 10 Gbps Fiber Thanks To Local Governments**
Karl Bode writes via Techdirt: Tired of being underserved and overbilled by shitty regional broadband monopolies, back in 2002 a coalition of local Utah governments formed UTOPIA -- (the Utah Telecommunication Open Infrastructure Agency). The inter-local agency collaborative venture then set about building an "open access" fiber netw ... ⌘ Read more
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**WD Rolls Out New 2.5-Inch HDDs For the First Time In 7 Years**
Western Digital has unveiled new 6TB external hard drives -- "the first new capacity point for this hard drive drive form factor in about seven years," reports Tom's Hardware. "There is a catch, though: the HDD is slow and will unlikely fit into any mobile PCs, so it looks like it will exclusively serve portable and specialized storage products." From ... ⌘ Read more
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**Palantir's First-Ever AI Warfare Conference**
An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Guardian, written by Caroline Haskins: On May 7th and 8th in Washington, D.C., the city's biggest convention hall welcomed America's military-industrial complex, its top technology companies and its most outspoken justifiers of war crimes. Of course, that's not how they would describe it. It was the inaugural "AI Expo for National Competitivene ... ⌘ Read more
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mckinley
Reply to #6wcpwma
@prologic Any of the above
1 day ago
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**OpenAI Strikes Reddit Deal To Train Its AI On Your Posts**
Emilia David reports via The Verge: OpenAI has signed a deal for access to real-time content from Reddit's data API, which means it can surface discussions from the site within ChatGPT and other new products. It's an agreement similar to the one Reddit signed with Google earlier this year that was reportedly worth $60 million. The deal will also "enable Reddit to bri ... ⌘ Read more
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**France Bans TikTok In New Caledonia**
In what's marked as an EU first, the French government has blocked TikTok in its territory of New Caledonia amid widespread pro-independence protests. Politico reports: A French draft law, passed Monday, would let citizens vote in local elections after 10 years' residency in New Caledonia, prompting opposition from independence activists worried it will dilute the representation of indigenous people. Th ... ⌘ Read more
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🕘 The time is now nine o'clock in the evening 🌛
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prologic
Reply to #3efcqua
I wonder if I can turn this into a multi-protocol browser 🤔
1 day ago
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prologic
Reply to #3efcqua
@aelaraji Damn no native macOS builds 😢
1 day ago
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**SEC: Financial Orgs Have 30 Days To Send Data Breach Notifications**
An anonymous reader quotes a report from BleepingComputer: The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has adopted amendments to Regulation S-P that require certain financial institutions to disclose data breach incidents to impacted individuals within 30 days of discovery. Regulation S-P was introduced in 2000 and controls how some financial e ... ⌘ Read more
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**Canada Security Intelligence Chief Warns China Can Use TikTok To Spy on Users**
The head of Canada's Security Intelligence Service warned Canadians against using video app TikTok, saying data gleaned from its users "is available to the government of China," CBC News reported on Friday. From a report: "My answer as director of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) is that there is a very ... ⌘ Read more
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**Robert Dennard, Inventor of DRAM, Dies At 91**
necro81 writes: Robert Dennard was working at IBM in the 1960s when he invented a way to store one bit using a single transistor and capacitor. The technology became dynamic random access memory (DRAM), which when implemented using the emerging technology of silicon integrated circuits, helped catapult computing by leaps and bounds. The first commercial DRAM chips in the late 1960s held ... ⌘ Read more
1 day ago
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movq
Reply to #px274va
@aelaraji Yeah, there is no guarantee with any of these things, it can all be faked or ignored. 🫤 I’m still going to do it in the hopes that *some* of those bots respect it.
1 day ago
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**Two Students Uncover Security Bug That Could Let Millions Do Their Laundry For Free**
Two university students discovered a security flaw in over a million internet-connected laundry machines operated by CSC ServiceWorks, allowing users to avoid payment and add unlimited funds to their accounts. The students, Alexander Sherbrooke and Iakov Taranenko from UC Santa Cruz, reported the vulnerability t ... ⌘ Read more
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**User Outcry As Slack Scrapes Customer Data For AI Model Training**
New submitter txyoji shares a report: Enterprise workplace collaboration platform Slack has sparked a privacy backlash with the revelation that it has been scraping customer data, including messages and files, to develop new AI and ML models. By default, and without requiring users to opt-in, Slack said its systems have been analyzing customer data ... ⌘ Read more
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movq
Reply to #6wcpwma
@mckinley I just got bitten by this again: I would make *passive mode* the default mode of FTP. 🥴
1 day ago
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**Apple Plans a Thinner iPhone in 2025**
Apple is developing a significantly thinner version of the iPhone [non-paywalled source] that could be released as early as 2025, The Information reported Friday, citing three people with direct knowledge of the project. From the report: The slimmer iPhone could be released concurrently with the iPhone 17, expected in September 2025, according to the three people with direct knowledge and two others ... ⌘ Read more
1 day ago
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**Apple Geofences Third-Party Browser Engine Work for EU Devices**
Apple's grudging accommodation of European law -- allowing third-party browser engines on its mobile devices -- apparently comes with a restriction that makes it difficult to develop and support third-party browser engines for the region. From a report: The Register has learned from those involved in the browser trade that Apple has limited the deve ... ⌘ Read more
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**VW and Renault End Talks To Develop Affordable EV**
Volkswagen has walked away from talks with Renault to jointly develop an affordable electric version of the Twingo car, Reuters reported Friday, citing sources familiar with the situation, in a setback for the EU carmakers' efforts to fend off Chinese rivals. From the report: The collapse of negotiations could mean the German carmaker may have to go it alone in developing its ... ⌘ Read more
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**OpenAI's Long-Term AI Risk Team Has Disbanded**
An anonymous reader shares a report: In July last year, OpenAI announced the formation of a new research team that would prepare for the advent of supersmart artificial intelligence capable of outwitting and overpowering its creators. Ilya Sutskever, OpenAI's chief scientist and one of the company's cofounders, was named as the colead of this new team. OpenAI said the team would recei ... ⌘ Read more
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cncf
**Announcing Flux 2.3 GA**
Project post originally published on Flux’ blog by Stefan Prodan We are thrilled to announce the release of Flux v2.3.0! In this post, we will highlight some of the new features and improvements included in this release. General availability... ⌘ Read more
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**Hopes For Sustainable Jet Fuel Not Realistic, Report Finds**
Hopes that replacement fuels for airplanes will slash carbon pollution are misguided and support for these alternatives could even worsen the climate crisis, a new report has warned. The Guardian: There is currently "no realistic or scalable alternative" to standard kerosene-based jet fuels, and touted "sustainable aviation fuels" are well off track to rep ... ⌘ Read more
1 day ago
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**Bend: a high-level language that runs on GPUs (via HVM2)**
Article URL: https://github.com/HigherOrderCO/Bend

Comments URL: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=40390287

Points: 507

\# Comments: 113 ⌘ Read more
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movq
Reply to #sp3wdea
I spent some more time with StarOffice 3.1 and it is indeed a bit clunky (of course it is, it’s from 1996). For example, a table of contents does not update automatically – you have to delete it and re-insert it. Sometimes it has graphical glitches. Font rendering isn’t too great.

And yet, I wish we would use this instead of `$the_other_thing` at work. It’s much faster (on my Pentium 133!) and more featureful. 🫤 (Or, you know, StarOffice’s modern descendant: LibreOffice.)
1 day ago
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**Microsoft Plans Boldest Games Bet Since Activision Deal, Changing How 'Call of Duty' Is Sold**
Microsoft plans a major shakeup of its videogame sales strategy by releasing the coming installment of Call of Duty to its subscription service instead of the longtime, lucrative approach of only selling it a la carte. WSJ: The plans, which mark the biggest change to Microsoft's gaming division sinc ... ⌘ Read more
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**Arizona Woman Accused of Helping North Koreans Get Remote IT Jobs At 300 Companies**
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: An Arizona woman has been accused of helping generate millions of dollars for North Korea's ballistic missile program by helping citizens of that country land IT jobs at US-based Fortune 500 companies. Christina Marie Chapman, 49, of Litchfield Park, Arizona ... ⌘ Read more
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movq
Reply to #iefub6q
Okay, GPS performance has degraded a lot over the last few days.

- Time to first fix is a couple of minutes now, instead of 5-30 seconds.
- Accuracy is reduced greatly, probably because the phone can one lock on to about 6-12 satellites, this used to be around 30 satellites.

In theory and under good conditions, you need 4 satellites to get a fix. But in reality, there are rarely “good conditions”, there are always buildings, hills, or trees nearby, so you need as many satellites as you can possibly get.

It’s not *completely useless* (yet), but it’s not great. I think I’m gonna lift some firewall restrictions. 🫤
1 day ago
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**Vatican holds press conference on the topic of supernatural phenomena**
The Vatican has today tightened up its guidelines concerning claims of divine intervention and the supernatural. Claims of weeping statues and the fac... ⌘ Read more
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movq
Reply to #px274va
@prologic Ahhh, I right, now I remember. That `ai.txt` boils down to this, I guess:

User-Agent: *
Disallow: /
1 day ago
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prologic
Reply to #px274va
@movq Found it!

ai.txt: A new way for websites to set permissions for AI
1 day ago
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prologic
Reply to #px274va
@movq Only found 3 results for "robotst.xt" and OpenAI 😢 I seem to recall an effort (_I cannot find_) to build a standard for AI Crawlers similar to `robots.txt`
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prologic
Reply to #6wcpwma
@mckinley Define "fundamental internet protocol"? Do you mean fundamental things that make the Internet work like IP, TCP, DNS, various routing protocols like BGP, OSPF, etc? Or things more like application protocols like IRC, HTTP, etc?
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**Companies Are So Desperate For Data Centers They're Leasing Them Before They're Even Built**
Data center construction levels are at an all-time high. And more than ever, companies that need them have already called dibs. From a report: In the first quarter of 2024, what amounts to about half of the existing supply of data center megawattage in the US is under construction, according to real est ... ⌘ Read more
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movq
Reply to #px274va
… or maybe I should do this based on allowlisting rather than blocklisting. 🤔 Only allow a couple of bots that I think are fine …
1 day ago
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