Who’s more incompetent – the cryptocurrency exchanges or some of the people who hack them? Plus a closer look at the reliability of AI chatbots.
All this and more is discussed in the latest edition of the “Smashing Security” podcast by cybersecurity veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault.
Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, and rude language.
- Bored Ape NFT Partygoers Blame UV Lights For Burned Eyes And Skin – Kotaku.
- Poloniex crypto-exchange offers 5% cut to thieves if they return that $120M they nicked – The Register.
- Raft Suffers $3.3M Exploit That Drove Down Stablecoin 50%, but Hacker Likely Lost Money on Attack – CoinDesk.
- Leaderboard Comparing LLM Performance at Producing Hallucinations when Summarizing Short Documents – Github.
- Cut the Bull…. Detecting Hallucinations in Large Language Models – Vectara.
- Chatbots May ‘Hallucinate’ More Often Than Many Realize – The New York Times.
- Bing’s ChatGPT-Powered Search Has a Misinformation Problem – Vice.
- ChatGPT gets code questions wrong 52% of the time – The Register.
- The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar – Netflix.
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