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Angular v17.2 is now available. We rarely write blog posts about minor… | by Minko Gechev | Feb, 2024 | Angular Blog

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We rarely write blog posts about minor releases, but today we have a few surprises for you — experimental support for Material 3, signal…

Angular v17.2 is now available. We rarely write blog posts about minor… | by Minko Gechev | Feb, 2024 | Angular Blog

Get started with v4 of GitHub Actions Artifacts - The GitHub Blog

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We listened to your feedback and released new versions (v4) of actions/upload-artifact and actions/download-artifact. While this version of the actions to upload and download artifacts includes up to 10x performance improvements and several new features, there are also key differences from previous …

Get started with v4 of GitHub Actions Artifacts - The GitHub Blog

Staying ahead of threat actors in the age of AI | Microsoft Security Blog

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Microsoft, in collaboration with OpenAI, is publishing research on emerging threats in the age of AI, focusing on identified activity associated with known threat actors Forest Blizzard, Emerald Sleet, Crimson Sandstorm, and others. The observed activity includes prompt-injections, attempted misuse …

Staying ahead of threat actors in the age of AI | Microsoft Security Blog

New open source AI coding tool surpasses its inspiration: Google DeepMind's AlphaCode | VentureBeat

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A new open source AI code generation tool, AlphaCodium, has surpassed DeepMind's AlphaCode, which had Twitter/X all aflutter this week.

New open source AI coding tool surpasses its inspiration: Google DeepMind's AlphaCode | VentureBeat

Security Researchers: ChatGPT Vulnerability Allows Training Data to be Accessed by Telling Chatbot to Endlessly Repeat a Word - CPO Magazine

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A ChatGPT vulnerability documented in a new report causes training data, some containing personal information, to randomly appear when one tells the chatbot to repeat a particular word.

Security Researchers: ChatGPT Vulnerability Allows Training Data to be Accessed by Telling Chatbot to Endlessly Repeat a Word - CPO Magazine

Extending WebAssembly to the Cloud with .NET - .NET Blog

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We're closely following the progress of WebAssembly, including WebAssembly System Interface (WASI). There's a new experimental workload in .NET 8 for WASI that extends the capabilities of Wasm towards the Cloud.

Extending WebAssembly to the Cloud with .NET - .NET Blog

1.1.1.1 lookup failures on October 4th, 2023

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On 4 October 2023, Cloudflare experienced DNS resolution problems. Some users may have received SERVFAIL DNS responses to valid queries. In this blog, we’re going to talk about what the failure was, why it occurred, and what we’re doing to make sure this doesn’t happen again

1.1.1.1 lookup failures on October 4th, 2023

Cloudflare is free of CAPTCHAs; Turnstile is free for everyone

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Now that we’ve eliminated CAPTCHAs at Cloudflare, we want to hasten the demise of CAPTCHAs across the internet. We’re thrilled to announce that Turnstile is generally available, and Turnstile’s ‘Managed’ mode is now completely free to everyone for unlimited use.

Cloudflare is free of CAPTCHAs; Turnstile is free for everyone

Polly v8 officially released

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After months of continuous development, Polly v8 is finally here! In our v8 announcement post, we discussed the background of the Polly project and what motivated us to completely redesign the library with a hyper-focus on performance. We were very fortunate to have top-notch developers from Microso…

Polly v8 officially released

LongLoRA: Efficient Fine-tuning of Long-Context Large Language Models

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We present LongLoRA, an efficient fine-tuning approach that extends the context sizes of pre-trained large language models (LLMs), with limited computation cost. Typically, training LLMs with long...

LongLoRA: Efficient Fine-tuning of Long-Context Large Language Models

Vectorize: a vector database for shipping AI-powered applications to production, fast

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Vectorize is our brand-new vector database offering, designed to let you build full-stack, AI-powered applications entirely on Cloudflare’s global network: and you can start building with it right away

Vectorize: a vector database for shipping AI-powered applications to production, fast

Killed by Apple, Google and Microsoft - Discontinued products and services

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Killed by tech is a graveyard in memorial of great and beloved products killed by Apple, Google and Microsoft. It's a free and open source list of discontinued products and services.

Killed by Apple, Google and Microsoft - Discontinued products and services

Announcing Microsoft Copilot, your everyday AI companion - The Official Microsoft Blog

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We are entering a new era of AI, one that is fundamentally changing how we relate to and benefit from technology. With the convergence of chat interfaces and large language models you can now ask for what you want in natural language and the technology is smart enough to answer, create it or take ac…

Announcing Microsoft Copilot, your everyday AI companion - The Official Microsoft Blog

Kamal 1.0

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I count my lucky stars that SUSE's pricing for Rancher and Harvester was so ridiculous over the top for our situation. If they hadn't reached for those million-dollar contracts, we'd probably be stuck in enterprise vendor hell forever, buying over-priced consulting services for Kubernetes and VM too…

Kamal 1.0

Performance Improvements in .NET 8 - .NET Blog

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.NET 7 was super fast, .NET 8 is faster. Take an in-depth tour through over 500 pull requests that make that a reality.

Performance Improvements in .NET 8 - .NET Blog

New free, interactive Angular course for beginners on Sololearn

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We are delighted to announce that we’ve collaborated with the online interactive code learning platform Sololearn to develop an…

New free, interactive Angular course for beginners on Sololearn

You can now train ChatGPT on your own documents via API – Ars Technica

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Developers can now bring their own data to customize GPT-3.5 Turbo outputs.

You can now train ChatGPT on your own documents via API – Ars Technica