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How to Prepare Your Business for the EU AI Act With KPMG’s EU AI Hub

The EU AI Hub, launched by AI security firm Cranium with KPMG and Microsoft, provides businesses with the tools and expertise they need to ensure their AI offerings are compliant with new regulations.

By |2024-05-24T17:51:16+00:00May 24, 2024|ai, AI Act, Artificial Intelligence, compliance, CXO, Developer, emea, EU, International, kpmg, Microsoft, regulations, Uncategorized, United Kingdom|Comments Off on How to Prepare Your Business for the EU AI Act With KPMG’s EU AI Hub

AI Seoul Summit: 4 Key Takeaways on AI Safety Standards and Regulations

Major breakthroughs were made in global nations’ AI safety commitments, AI safety institutes, research grants and AI risk thresholds at this month’s AI Seoul Summit.

By |2024-05-24T13:56:30+00:00May 24, 2024|ai, ai seoul summit, Amazon, apac, Artificial Intelligence, Australia, CXO, EU, Google, Innovation, International, Microsoft, Security, UK, Uncategorized, United Kingdom|Comments Off on AI Seoul Summit: 4 Key Takeaways on AI Safety Standards and Regulations

Delaying AI’s Rollout in the U.K. by Five Years Could Cost the Economy £150+ Billion, Microsoft Report Finds

The report also notes reasons why the U.K. is not taking full advantage of AI, as well as how artificial intelligence could impact businesses and jobs.

By |2024-05-22T14:12:26+00:00May 22, 2024|ai, Cloud, CXO, cyber security, Data Centers, data centres, digital transformation, International, Microsoft, UK, uk economy, Uncategorized, United Kingdom|Comments Off on Delaying AI’s Rollout in the U.K. by Five Years Could Cost the Economy £150+ Billion, Microsoft Report Finds

Microsoft’s Copilot+ PCs, New Surface Laptops and More Pre-Build 2024 Announcements

During a keynote event, Microsoft also announced more AI-related news, including AI-optimized creative apps and that GPT-4o will be available soon on Copilot.

By |2024-05-21T18:02:57+00:00May 21, 2024|ai, Apple, Artificial Intelligence, copilot, digital transformation, events, Hardware, Microsoft, microsoft build 2024, Mobility, Software, surface, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Microsoft’s Copilot+ PCs, New Surface Laptops and More Pre-Build 2024 Announcements

9 out of 10 UK Business Leaders Suffer From Tech Anxiety That Disrupts Their Sleep, BT Study Finds

BT estimates that "tech paralysis" — where companies delay tech investment due to the stress it might bring — could cost the U.K. economy £11.79 billion by 2030.

By |2024-05-17T17:48:38+00:00May 17, 2024|ai, Artificial Intelligence, CXO, cyber security, digital transformation, International, it skills shortage, mental health, tech investments, UK, Uncategorized, United Kingdom, wellbeing|Comments Off on 9 out of 10 UK Business Leaders Suffer From Tech Anxiety That Disrupts Their Sleep, BT Study Finds

U.K.’s AI Safety Institute Launches Open-Source Testing Platform

Inspect is the first AI safety testing platform created by a state-backed body to be made freely available to the global AI community.

By |2024-05-16T21:31:23+00:00May 16, 2024|ai ai safety institute, ai testing, Artificial Intelligence, Developer, International, Open source, Software, Start-Ups, UK, uk government, Uncategorized, United Kingdom|Comments Off on U.K.’s AI Safety Institute Launches Open-Source Testing Platform

How Can Businesses Defend Themselves Against Common Cyberthreats?

TechRepublic consolidated expert advice on how businesses can defend themselves against the most common cyberthreats, including zero-days, ransomware and deepfakes.

By |2024-05-10T13:00:08+00:00May 10, 2024|ai, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, CXO, cyber security, cybersecurity, data breach, deepfakes, Hardware, International, Internet of Things, iot, ransomware, Security, social engineering, Software, supply chain, Uncategorized, zero-days|Comments Off on How Can Businesses Defend Themselves Against Common Cyberthreats?

Top 5 Global Cyber Security Trends of 2023, According to Google Report

According to the M-Trends report, the average time it takes for an organisation to detect an attacker in their environment has decreased from 16 days in 2022 to 10 days in 2023.

By |2024-05-03T16:52:14+00:00May 3, 2024|ai, Cloud, cloud security, CXO, cybersecurity, Edge, edge devices, genai, Google, International, Mandiant, mfa, ransomware, report, Security, Uncategorized, zero-days|Comments Off on Top 5 Global Cyber Security Trends of 2023, According to Google Report

U.K., U.S. and Canadian Cyber Authorities Warn of Pro-Russia Hacktivist Attacks on Operational Technology Systems

The U.K.'s National Cyber Security Centre, along with U.S. and Canadian cyber authorities, has identified a rise in attacks against OT operators since 2022.

By |2024-05-03T16:37:52+00:00May 3, 2024|cyber security, International, operational technology, OT, russia, Security, UK, Uncategorized, United Kingdom, us|Comments Off on U.K., U.S. and Canadian Cyber Authorities Warn of Pro-Russia Hacktivist Attacks on Operational Technology Systems
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