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Postal Service fights back against crime

The U.S. Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) recently gave an update on its Project Safe Delivery. The post Postal Service fights back against crime first appeared on Federal News Network.
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Zarf: Open-source continuous software delivery on disconnected networks

Zarf is a free, open-source tool that enables continuous software delivery on disconnected networks. It currently offers fully automated support for K3s, K3d, and Kind and is also compatible with EKS, AKS, GKE, RKE2, and many other distro services. The Zarf CLI, a statically compiled binary, operates independently without any dependencies, ensuring it runs smoothly on any machine. Unlike proprietary software, Zarf avoids vendor lock-in, allowing easy removal and manual deployment. The tool excels in … More → The post Zarf: Open-source continuous software delivery on disconnected networks appeared first on Help Net Security.
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Expand your library with these cybersecurity books

In this Help Net Security video round-up, authors discuss their cybersecurity books and provide an inside look at each title. Complete videos George Finney, CSO at Southern Methodist University, talks about his book – “Project Zero Trust: A Story about a Strategy for Aligning Security and the Business“. Eric Leblond, CTO at Stamus Networks, talks about The Security Analyst’s Guide to Suricata, a book he co-wrote with Peter Manev. Adam Shostack, the author of “Threat … More → The post Expand your library with these cybersecurity books appeared first on Help Net Security.
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Meeting the hardware demand for cloud capacity, AI services

As developers and businesses explore the potential for Microsoft Cloud and AI capabilities, demand for those services continues to rise. Ensuring that the right infrastructure is in place at the right locations at the right time and with enough capacity to meet those needs—today and in the future—is a tall order. Our cloud supply chain team is delivering on that challenge, implementing a range of strategies to predict and deliver capacity while minimizing the risk of supply chain disruptions. The post Meeting the hardware demand for cloud capacity, AI services appeared first on Microsoft Azure Blog.
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Cloud Cultures, Part 5: Embracing innovation and preserving a vibrant identity in Mexico

Welcome to season two of Cloud Cultures, a video series that explores local cultures’ distinct approaches to cloud innovation. The post Cloud Cultures, Part 5: Embracing innovation and preserving a vibrant identity in Mexico appeared first on Microsoft Azure Blog.
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Will the convergence of light and matter in Janus particles transcend performance limitations in the optical display industry?

Team successfully exerted electrical control over polaritons, hybridized light-matter particles, at room temperature.
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Computer scientists show the way: AI models need not be SO power hungry

The development of AI models is an overlooked climate culprit. Computer scientists have created a recipe book for designing AI models that use much less energy without compromising performance. They argue that a model’s energy consumption and carbon footprint should be a fixed criterion when designing and training AI models.
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Star Trek’s Holodeck recreated using ChatGPT and video game assets

Star Trek’s Holodeck is no longer just science fiction. Using AI, engineers have created a tool that can generate 3D environments, prompted by everyday language.
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