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  1. SDK Bug Lets Attackers Spy on User’s Video Calls Across Dating, Healthcare Apps Apps like eHarmony and MeetMe are affected by a flaw in the Agora toolkit that went unpatched for eight months, researchers discovered. A vulnerability in an SDK that allows users to make video calls in apps like eHarmony, Plenty of Fish, MeetMe and Skout allows threat actors to spy on private calls without the user knowing. Researchers discovered the flaw, CVE-2020-25605, in a video-calling SDK from a Santa Clara, Calif.-based company called Agora while doing
  2. Today, at the 5G Mobile World Conference, Nvidia co-founder and CEO Jensen Huang, announced Nvidia Jarvis, a multi-modal AI software development kit, that combines speech, vision, and other sensors in one AI system. Here's a YouTube video of the presentation: As stated before, Jarvis is the company's attempt to process multiple inputs from different sensors simultaneously. The wisdom behind this approach is that it will help build context for accurately predicting and generating responses in conversation-based AI applications. To prefac
  3. Last week following Microsoft's Build 2018 developer conference, the company released Windows 10 SDK Preview build 17666. It was the first SDK to target builds from the Redstone 5 development branch, including various features that were announced at the conference. Today, Microsoft released SDK Preview build 17672, once again aligning the build number with the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview in the Fast ring. Also, the firm hasn't published a blog post yet to announce the new SDK, although it will probably do so later today. This is not uncommon when it comes to new SDK Prev
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