Topic: ai

Stable Diffusion 3 now in early preview

Stability AI, the company behind the text-to-image AI model Stable Diffusion, has just released an early preview of Stable Diffusion 3.  “With Stable Diffusion 3, we strive to offer adaptable solutions that enable individuals, developers, and enterprises to unleash their creativity, aligning with our mission to activate humanity’s potential,” Stability AI wrote in a blog … continue reading

Google releases Gemma, a new AI model designed with AI researchers in mind

Google is building on the success of its Gemini launch with the release of a new family of lightweight AI models called Gemma. The Gemma models are open and are designed to be used by researchers and developers to innovate safely with AI.  “We believe the responsible release of LLMs is critical for improving the … continue reading

OpenAI announces text-to-video model called Sora

OpenAI announced its text-to-video model, Sora, that can create realistic and imaginative scenes from text instructions. Initially, Sora will be available to red teamers for the purposes of evaluating potential harms or risks in critical areas, which will not only enhance the model’s security and safety features but also allows OpenAI to incorporate the perspectives … continue reading

Kong introduces new collection of AI plugins in Kong Gateway 3.6

Kong recently unveiled a collection of six open-source AI plugins for Kong Gateway 3.6. The plugins offer integration with multiple LLMs and significantly advance AI technology accessibility for developers and platform teams. According to Kong, the goal of this release is to enhance developer productivity by simplifying the integration process of LLMs into various products. … continue reading

Microsoft announces principles for dealing with threat actors who are using AI

OpenAI and Microsoft have published findings on the emerging threats in the rapidly evolving domain of AI showing that threat actors are incorporating AI technologies into their arsenal, treating AI as a tool to enhance their productivity in conducting offensive operations.  They have also announced principles shaping Microsoft’s policy and actions mitigating the risks associated … continue reading

Slack AI is beginning to rollout to customers

Slack has announced that Slack AI is starting to officially roll out to customers. First announced in September, Slack AI incorporates generative AI capabilities into the communication platform. The initial set of capabilities include personalized responses to search queries, channel recaps for key highlights of the activity within a channel, and thread summaries to enable … continue reading

GitHub Accelerator applications now open for AI-focused open-source projects

GitHub has just opened up a new cohort for GitHub Accelerator, which is a program that provides funding and support for selected open-source projects. The theme of this cohort will be AI in open-source.  “AI is rapidly changing the way we work and live, and open source collaboration is at the core of AI innovation,” … continue reading

OpenText updates security auditing tool to help developers navigate increasingly complex threat landscape

OpenText has unveiled the second generation of its advanced application security auditing tool, Fortify Audit Assistant. This announcement was made in anticipation of the inaugural OpenText Security Summit 2024 scheduled for February 6.  The technology is designed to meet the challenges faced by today’s developers, who are navigating an increasingly complex threat landscape in multi-cloud … continue reading

Codeium raises $65 million in Series B funding for AI tools for developers

Codeium, provider of an AI toolkit for developers, has announced that it recently completed a Series B funding round of $65 million.   The company plans to use this new influx of money to expand its platform to tackle more parts of the development life cycle, such as system design, code maintenance, and continuous scanning. It … continue reading

Prompt engineering: What to expect in 2024

As soon as ChatGPT was released and exploded in popularity, people began talking about how to best phrase requests to get the answers they’re actually looking for. “Generate an itinerary for a trip to London” will yield different results than “Generate an itinerary for a 6-day trip to London, with a focus on museums and … continue reading

O’Reilly finds 3,600% increase in interest in generative AI in last year

It’s no surprise that people have grown more interested in AI over the last year. The technology insights company O’Reilly has just published its annual trends report, in which it revealed just how much more interest people have these days. According to the findings, interest in GPT and generative AI has grown 3,600% year over … continue reading

SnapLogic releases no-code tool for building generative AI apps, GenAI Builder

SnapLogic has introduced GenAI Builder, a no-code generative AI tool for developing applications for enterprises. It’s designed to work with a variety of data sources, including old mainframe data and modern databases/APIs, and uses conversational AI to enhance digital interactions for customers, employees, and partners. GenAI Builder is part of SnapLogic’s AI suite, helping businesses … continue reading

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