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Nightshade, a free tool to poison AI data scraping, is now available to try — TechSpot

Created by researchers at the University of Chicago, Nightshade is an "offensive" tool that can protect artists' and creators' work by "poisoning" an image and making it unsuitable for AI training, writes Alfonso Maruccia. 

The Department of Energy has started work on a quantum internet

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has unveiled a blueprint strategy for the development of a national quantum internet in the U.S. The quantum internet is currently in its initial stages of development, according to the DOE.

Stanford University Seeks To Open NYC Campus

Stanford University is in the process of finalizing its proposal, due October 28th. of this year for a campus in New York City. Stanford’s proposal...