This episode of This Week in Enterprise Tech discusses the latest issues around AI, including legal implications, security concerns, and practical applications. Lucid Software Chief Product Officer Dan Lawyer joins hosts Curt Franklin, Brian Chee, and Oliver Rist to explain how Lucid's visual collaboration tools aim to improve teamwork through integrating AI capabilities.
- Recent phishing campaign targeting Zimbra customers in over a dozen countries
- AI requiring changes to data center heat dissipation strategies
- Verizon expanding 5G coverage using newly available C-band 5G spectrum
- White House again telling executive branch to take cybersecurity seriously
- Potential NY Times lawsuit against OpenAI over ChatGPT training on copyrighted content
- Lucid Software's Chief Product Officer Dan Lawyer explains how Lucid's visual collaboration tools aim to improve teamwork through integrating AI capabilities, and streamlining the HR onboarding process.
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- Phishing Attack Targets Hundreds of Zimbra Customers in Four Continents
- Our AI habit is already changing the way we build datacenters
- Verizon says it’s weeks away from a major upgrade to rural 5G
- White House Orders Federal Agencies to Bolster Cyber Safeguards
- Report: Potential NYT lawsuit could force OpenAI to wipe ChatGPT and start over