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Engineer who said AI was sentient fired by Google

A software engineer that claimed a Google AI chatbot called LaMDA was a sentient, self-aware person has been fired by Google’s parent company, Alphabet.


MI5 intentionally broke surveillance laws for years, tribute told

In a milestone case being heard by the Investigatory Powers Tribunal, human rights advocacy groups Liberty and Privacy International alleged that MI5 knowingly broke the law in order to collect massive amounts of data about UK citizens.


Chinese regulator denies data strategy report to avoid US delistings

After a report appeared in The Financial Times, the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) downplayed the allegations that China is planning to operate a three-tier data strategy with the aim of avoiding US delistings.


How to select the right racks and enclosures for your physical infrastructure environment

Digital transformation has been a key focus for businesses for many years, but post-pandemic many organisations’ efforts have accelerated. IDC forecasts that direct digital transformation (DX) investment growth between 2022-2024 will hit $6.3 trillion – equating to 55% of all ICT investment by the end of 2024.


Alibaba executives called in by Chinese authorities over data breach

Police in Shanghai summoned executives from the cloud division of Alibaba after hackers successfully stole data that had information on around one billion Chinese citizens from the Shanghai police database.