OpenAI has unveiled a deepfake detector specifically designed to identify content generated by its image creator, DALL-E. Initially, this tool will be available to a select group of disinformation researchers for practical testing. In the ever-evolving realm of cybersecurity, technologies like AI-driven deepfake detection, real-time monitoring, and advanced data analytics are reshaping digital security and authenticity. These innovations, often led by startups, are significantly improving the identification of manipulated content, thereby fostering more secure digital environments, according to GlobalData, a prominent data and analytics firm. Vaibhav Gundre, Project Manager for Disruptive Tech at GlobalData, highlighted the growing sophistication of AI-generated deepfakes, which pose substantial risks to individuals, businesses, and society. He noted that advanced detection methods, powered by machine learning, are increasingly effective in identifying and flagging manipulated content. These tools employ techniques such as analyzing biological signals and leveraging powerful algorithms to defend against the misuse of deepfakes for…

Infovista has unveiled the latest version of its AI-driven RF planning tool, Infovista Planet, which now supports 5G RedCap network planning. This advancement allows operators’ network planning teams to incorporate 3GPP-compliant 5G RedCap devices in their analyses and simulations of 5G Standalone networks. Currently, 17 out of 126 mobile operators investing in 5G Standalone are exploring 5G RedCap for emerging applications, according to the GSA.

Telefónica, a leading telecommunications operator, has sealed a fresh agreement with tech giant Google Cloud aimed at turbocharging Telefónica’s journey into cloud adoption and AI-driven innovation. The deal, which extends the strategic collaboration between the two entities for another three years, is poised to usher in a wave of advancements across various fronts.

AI and Machine Learning (ML) are transforming VoIP, enhancing communication efficiency and cost-effectiveness. This integration offers features like real-time call quality optimization, personalized user experiences, and advanced IVR systems. AI-powered analytics unlock valuable insights and improve security. The future holds seamless IoT connectivity and a redefined way we connect through VoIP.

his week, the University of Bristol has powered up Isambard-AI, the UK’s fastest and most potent supercomputer, following a £225 million investment announced by the government last March. Built by Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Isambard-AI boasts over 5,000 NVIDIA superchips, enabling it to execute a staggering 200 quadrillion calculations per second. Officially named the AI Research Resource (AIRR), this supercomputer surpasses its predecessor by a factor of ten in computational power, aiming to support critical AI technology development.