November 11, 2023, 11:15 AM

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Ron Amadeo / Ars Technica:
Humane's Ai Pin seems like a bizarre cross between Google Glass and a pager, the lack of apps feels extremely limiting, and the $699 price is hard to understand  —  The Humane AI pin has no screen, no apps, and a creepy in-your-face camera.  —  Not since Magic Leap has a “next-generation” …
Kevin Roose / New York Times:
A look at custom chatbots, or GPTs, which are tailored for specific tasks and represent an important step in OpenAI's strategy of “gradual iterative deployment”  —  The age of autonomous A.I. assistants could have huge implications.  —  You could think of the recent history of A.I. chatbots as having two distinct phases.
Bill Toulas / BleepingComputer:
Maine's government says that MOVEit hackers may have accessed the personal information of ~1.3M individuals, which is close to the state's entire population  —  The State of Maine has announced that its systems were breached after threat actors exploited a vulnerability in the MOVEit file transfer tool …
Andi Yu / ABC:
DP World Australia, the country's second largest port operator, shuts down after a cyber attack, impacting the movement of goods in and out of the country  —  Help keep family & friends informed by sharing this article … Australia's second largest port operator has shut …
Steph Batalis / Foreign Policy:
Chatbots can lower the information barrier to help malicious actors build a bioweapon, making guardrails during chatbot development a good step for biosecurity  —  Artificial intelligence can help users engineer pathogens—but that's not the real danger.  —  Human extinction, mass unemployment …
Jessica Lyons Hardcastle / The Register:
LockBit leaks ~50GB of data that the ransomware gang claims to have stolen from Boeing in October, after the company apparently refused to pay the ransom demand  —  Aerospace titan pores over data to see if dump is legit  —  The LockBit crew is claiming to have leaked all of the data …
Hannah Murphy / Financial Times:
A profile of Bumble CEO Lidiane Jones, who succeeded Whitney Wolfe Herd and is charged with turning around a company whose shares have fallen ~80% since 2021  —  Turning round the fortunes of the dating app will be her biggest challenge yet  —  When Lidiane Jones moved from a poor neighbourhood …
Diana Britton / Wealth Management:
Arch, which provides operations and reporting services for private investments, raised a $20M Series A led by Menlo Ventures, taking its total funding to $25M+  —  New York-based Arch, which aims to solve for the workflow and data problems behind alternative investments …

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