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Microsoft makes performance, speed optimizations to ONNX machine-learning runtime available to developers

Credit: Microsoft Microsoft is open sourcing and integrating some updates it it has made in deep-learning models used for natural-language processing. On January 21, the company announced it is making available to developers these optimizations by integrating them into the ONNX Runtime. Microsoft and Facebook announced the ONNX (Open Neural…

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#hacking | Federal policy change takes proactive approach to election hacking, lo | Depend On WOKV – Jacksonville’s News, Weather, and Traffic

With election season ramping up across the country, local election officials are happy to see a new change in federal policy. The FBI announced last week that the agency is working toward a commitment to notify state officials if election systems have been breached. Chris Chambless is the supervisor of…

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#nationalcybersecuritymonth | Lawmakers pass Judiciary Police bill creating 7 new units

The Legislative Assembly (AL) on Monday passed the outline of a government-initiated bill amending the current law regulating the powers, functions and duties of the Judiciary Police (PJ), which proposes to expressly grant the Judiciary Police “exclusive competence” to investigate crimes endangering national security and crimes related to cybersecurity. According…

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#nationalcybersecuritymonth | Extraditing ‘Princess of Huawei’ Meng Wanzhou to the US would ’embarass’ Canada, lawyers claim as trial begins

Extraditing Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou to the US would “embarrass” Canada and undermine its autonomy, her lawyers have argued, kicking off the first day of a court case that has whipped up a geopolitical storm between China and the west.  Lawyers acting for Ms Weng, the “Princess of Huawei” who has been under house…

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