Reading you might have missed over the holiday break
Over the Christmas / New Year break I book marked a collection of articles. While technology news is quieter over the December / January period things still happened - the Lastpass breach, CES and of course ChatGPT. Here’s a roundup of articles I found interesting and you might have missed:
The Australian Secure Jobs, Better Pay bill was passed with a focus on gender pay equity and placing a ban on pay secrecy
Even before Prime Minister Adern resigned and the extent of the abuse she suffered from in that role was exposed a group of prominent women spoke out about the online abuse they have experienced:
In case you missed it password vault LastPass had another breach event:
Move over ChatGPT, AI Image creation looks wicked (haven’t tried these just read about them):
Coolest CES announcement I saw was this console from Sony designed for disabled gamers:
I also read this article on inequities of access to information for blind people and the willingness to change this by a community of researchers:
It seems PC sales were way down in 2022:
The global growth of Australian business DroneShield (anti-drone protection systems) is really fascinating:
More on the impacts of the largest Tech firms laying off thousands:
And more on our skills and talent shortage, this article on how Immigration isn’t the golden bullet:
Then to a wrap of the AI posts worth a look at.
ChatGPT will be as mundane as Excel before we know it:
A college student made an app that can tell if an essay was written by ChatGPT:
OPINION: As a consumer of content, how would you feel about your content being AI generated?
OPINION: I was trying to take a break. But every time I sneaked on to the internet I spied a marketer talking about chatGPT. And I was getting FOMO.
Enjoy the reading. Vic
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