Internal Repos on GitHub Have a Lot of Sensitive Information. Do You Want Them To Be Compromised?

At GitGuardian, we’ve been monitoring every single commit pushed to public GitHub since July 2017. 2.5 years later, we’ve sent over 500,000 alerts to developers. API keys, database connection strings, private keys, certificates, usernames and passwords, … As organizations embrace the power of cloud architectures, SaaS integrations and microservices, developers …

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Where are the Chatbots and What is the Progress and Limitation of Virtual Assistants [2020 Edition]

Cat’s out of the bag: it may have been a long while since you’ve last conversed with a human customer service agent. More and more companies have turned to digital assistants to address the needs of customer inquiries. With messaging being the preferred method of communication, chatbots have taken over …

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Differential Privacy with Tensorflow 2.0 :  Multi class Text Classification  Privacy

Introduction Privacy in Machine Learning is buzzing in the new decade due to exponential growth in machine learning. Public and private sectors adopting artificial intelligence have felt the need to protect sensitivity of data which holds sensitive private information of individuals. Such cases include employee’s private information including credit card, …

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