Deep security risk of generative AI|生成系AIの深すぎるリスク

https://govinsider.asia/intl-en/article/organisations-scarily-unprepared-for-generative-ais-security-risks-extrahop-report Generative AI can be a very powerful supporting tool in company operations, but it continues to be compromised with little or no thought given to security. Still, it is amazing that “81 per cent of Singaporean organisations report their employees are using generative AIs in the workplace”. Wow. workers in Singapore are basically using

Comprehensive Strategic Agreement between UNIQLO and University of Malaya|ユニクロとマラヤ大の包括的戦略協定

https://um.edu.my/news/uniqlo-and-universiti-malaya-forge-partnership-to-nurture-future-leaders Late last year, the top Malaysian university and UNIQLO entered into an in-depth and comprehensive strategic partnership. I am not involved, by the way. LOL. If I were to use a Japanese analogy, it would be like the partnership between the University of Tokyo and GAP. The purpose of the partnership is “comprehensive leadership

wasabi can boost memory function?|ワサビで記憶力増強?

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/wasabi-memory-boost-japanese-study-finds/ This is a pretty good story! It’s a report on an experiment at Tohoku University showing that Wasabi, a Japanese spice that is the pride of Japan (it’s on sushi all the time!), boosts memory in the elderly. It seems that a rare substance called 6-MSITC contained in Wasabi is responsible for this effect.

Pokemon! Get ’em all! (Roach? …Oh, no thanks.)

(info source: https://gizmodo.com/singapore-roach-named-after-pokemon-nocticola-pheromosa-1850212824)(img source: The Pokemon Company) According the newspaper article, the newly discovered roach was first found in the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve near the center of Singapore years earlier, then with intensive DNA checks against other types, the scientists concluded it was indeed a new species: Nocticola pheromosa. I, as a Japanese, am

Cure for Loneliness? Cure for Misinformation?

(info source: https://www.everydayhealth.com/emotional-health/how-does-loneliness-affect-the-brain/)(img source: Alexander Spatari/Getty Images) “We’ve adapted to feel safer and more secure when we feel like we’re not alone.” Absolutely. Loneliness, or I’d say “our perception of being lonely” to be more scientific, affects our brain that naturally impacts how we behave. And of course, the effect is damn negative all the

Appointment of CEO at Monash University Malaysia, also Pro Vice-Chancellor at Monash Headquarter (AU)

(info source: https://www.monash.edu.my/pages/latest/articles/2023/appointment-of-chief-executive-officer-monash-university-malaysia-and-pro-vice-chancellor-and-president-malaysia ) I know. I know it’ll happen. Dato’ Professor Adeeba Kamarulzaman at UM (Universiti Malaya) is moving to her new place. It seems to me she has been on move of getting outside. So when I first saw the news, it was no surprising to me. (Her new position being CEO was