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Tech Jag

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NewsGuard, the purportedly impartial media rating service that has created a blacklist of disfavored news organizations, is ramping up efforts to prevent AI from spreading fake content that could influence the upcoming U.S. presidential election.


NewsGuard claims it documented a 1,000 percent surge in AI-generated fake news articles about elections between May to December 2022. Meanwhile, a Proof study found language models like ChatGPT frequently provide inaccurate answers to granular questions about voting procedures.

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All other disruptions are 'hacks' from an 'unknown origin' but when Musk is involved, he will be held accountable - SpaceX May Be Withholding Satellite Internet in Taiwan, Congressman Contends









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  • Shadow AI: This trend involves the use of AI within an organization without formal IT department approval. As AI becomes more accessible, it's being used independently by non-technical workers. This could include AI matchmaking tools developed and used within organizations without formal oversight​​.





































Tech Jag


Is standard blog post technology, i.e. auto-generating a url slug when publishing a blog post similar to, or possibly even conceptually the same thing as 'minting' on the blockchain? When this blog post was published, the following URL was created: https://www.michaelrcronin.com/post/tech-jag


The slug 'tech-jag' is a means of locating a file that is part of a larger directory and also describes what the page is about. Even if this post is updated, the slug does not change. However, the content on the page can change while the same URL with the same slug remains in place. So information can be added or changed and the location of the information and the original date the blog post was created is displayed as least as far as this platform is concerned.


It seems that when uploading a file to IPFS, the 'slug' or 'hash' or 'location ID' or whatever they call it changes every time a post is published... a 'snapshot' of a new location id/brand new address for every page that is published becomes pinned to a new location with a new location ID. Does this mean that everything published to IPFS is 'permanently published to the blockchain and can never be altered...' ? For example, updated web pages are not overwritten on IPFS. A copy of every published page permanently exists and cannot be deleted.


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