Daily Crunch: 2 former SBF associates plead guilty to fraud and are cooperating with US federal prosecutors

Daily Crunch: 2 former SBF associates plead guilty to fraud and are cooperating with US federal prosecutors

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  • Another Okta breachOkta confirmed that it is responding to another security incident. A hacker accessed Okta’s source code in response to a breach of its GitHub repositories, Carly reports.

Startups and VC

As technical advancements greatly improved the quality of art created by AI systems, text-to-image AI was a huge success this year. Despite being controversial systems like OpenAI’s DALL-E 2 and Stable Diffusion, platforms such DeviantArt, Canva, and Canva have adopted them to power creative tools and personalize branding, and even create new products. KyleAs he takes you on a journey through the countryside, A brief history of diffusion, which is the tech that underpins modern image-generating AI.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Amanda Unstable Diffusion, an organization that aims to monetize AI porn generation through crowdfunding, has raised more than $56,000 from 867 backers. Kickstarter’s thinking on AI-based projects has changed since then. Unstable Diffusion’s crowdfunding campaign was stopped by the crowdfunding platform.

In only partially AI news

Avoid these 3 common sales mistakes startups make in a downturn

Analysts predict that IT spending will rise in 2023. But, tell that to SaaS sales representatives who are trying close contracts with customers who have been instructed to reduce spending.

Anand Shah, CEO and cofounder of Databook, stated that “efficient sales is what every company needs right now.”

He explains why TC reactive moves such as increasing sales quotas and raising prices are bad moves that won’t move things along.

“Make real changes to satisfy your buyers’ needs. To make the necessary sales productivity improvements, you can use the macroeconomic background.

Three more from the TC Team:

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Big Tech Inc.

It is annoying to see the ad blocker box appear when you attempt to open a new site. Zack We should find the good in everything. Even the FBI recommends that you use an ad blocking programHe writes. Why? According to reports, cybercriminals are purchasing ads to impersonate legitimate brands such as cryptocurrency exchanges. They are so convincing that it’s difficult to tell if it’s real. Everyone, please be safe!

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