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@gedankenstuecke@scholar.social
2024-04-23 08:30:30

We got peer reviews for another manuscript and they really demonstrate how the reviewers took the necessary time for reading in-depth and leaving thoughtful comments.
Also it's very clear that the comments were done with an eye on improving how we can present our work in a better/clearer way. Makes me wish the reviewers weren't anonymous to properly thank and acknowledge them for their input! 💗
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@heiseonline@social.heise.de
2024-04-18 15:49:00

Anonymisierungskongress: Um Daten zu nutzen, braucht es Vorgaben und Methoden
Daten sind die Grundlage unserer digitalen Gesellschaft. Damit, wie wir sie schützen, befasst sich ein vom Bundesforschungsministerium unterstütztes Netzwerk.

@digitalnaiv@mastodon.social
2024-02-20 11:54:03

Goodbye, Anonymität: Die Chance, gute Bewerber zu finden, sehen manche Arbeitgeber in Gefahr, wenn sie auf Bewertungsportalen wie #Kununu oder #Glassdoor schlecht beurteilt werden. Sofern ein Unternehmen Zweifel hat, ob eine Bewertung echt ist, muss die Plattform Abhilfe schaffen. Das hat jetzt das…

@wraithe@mastodon.social
2024-04-21 14:55:12

Via Vincent Proce on Twitter on AI:
“This is making the rounds!” (On #AIArt)

Artists Against Generative Al • Joined
Danielle Sanfilippo • 10h • ©
Posting this on behalf of a member who would like to remain anonymous:
I'm an art director and supervisor for a large studio. The studio heads had the bright idea before I started to hire prompters. Several bros were brought onto the film project. I absolutely hated myself for not quitting on the spot but stuck with it because it's mercenary out there. Have a family to feed etc. I decided to use this time wisely. Treat them as…
the doubt I give them another round of feedback making it clear. Next day it's worse. I sit there and patiently paint over, even explaining the steps I would take as a painter. They don't do it, anomalies start appearing when I say I want to keep the exact image but with changes. They can't. They simply don't have the eye to see the basic mistakes so the Ai starts to over compensate. We get people starting to appear in the images. These are obviously holiday snaps.
"Remove the people"
"What wou…
I'm both pissed about the waste, but elated seeing ai fall at the first hurdle.
It's not even that the images are unusable, the people making them have no eye for what's wrong, no thicker skin for constructive criticism and feedback, no basic artistic training in perspective and functionality in what they're making.
Yes the hype is going to pump more money into this. They won't go anywhere for a while. But this has been such a glowing perfect moment of watching the fundamental part fail in the …
@offenenetze@chaos.social
2024-04-18 16:25:11

Anonymisierungskongress: Um Daten zu nutzen, braucht es Vorgaben und Methoden | heise online
heise.de/-9688604

@netzschleuder@social.skewed.de
2024-03-20 16:00:05

sp_infectious: Art exhibit dynamic contacts (2011)
This dataset contains the daily dynamic contact networks collected during the Infectious SocioPatterns event that took place at the Science Gallery in Dublin, Ireland, during the artscience exhibition INFECTIOUS: STAY AWAY. Each file in the downloadable package contains a tab-separated list representing the active contacts during 20-second intervals of one day of data collection. Each line has the form “t i j“, where i and j are the a…

sp_infectious: Art exhibit dynamic contacts (2011). 10972 nodes, 415912 edges. https://networks.skewed.de/net/sp_infectious

Middle East crisis live: air defences activated in Iran after explosions reported near Isfahan
Air defence systems in the Iranian city of Isfahan were activated against “an object suspected to be a drone”,
sources told the semi-official Fars news agency on Friday, according to Reuters.
Meanwhile, US media is reporting that Israel has launched a strike against Iran in retaliation for its weekend attack.
The Israeli military has not immediately responded to a request for…

@kingkaufman@sfba.social
2024-02-19 21:24:46

I enjoyed American Fiction, but I also thought, hmmm, the fact that this movie got made suggests that it is what it's skewering.
There's a scene where a book-prize panel has voted on racial lines. The 3 white members want to give the prize to a Black author. The 2 Black members — one of whom, anonymously, is that author, who'd written the book as a joke — argue against it, saying the book is inauthentic garbage.
One of the white panel members says the book wins by m…

@rene_mobile@infosec.exchange
2024-02-17 09:57:14

I have a brief story to tell: Earlier this week, a large DDoS attack against 2 out of our larger set of #Tor (@…) relays - which also act as stable HSDir nodes - has managed to partially interrupt Internet traffic for the whole #JKULinz. While the attack was not huge compared to others (peak traffic around 3-4 Gbit/s, well above 1M PPS), we suspect either a nation state actor or fairly well-funded organization for 3 reasons:
* The attack was more advanced than simply saturating the upstream with bandwidth/packets, but had proper handshakes with the Tor relays, trying to cause resource exhaustion on the application level (we have seen this pattern multiple times in the last 6 months, but this one was much more massive in terms of incoming packets).
* The attack was very targeted, affecting only 2 IPs out of 25, consistently over some time. This indicates that either the position in the HSDir or specific connections or hidden services that were relayed over those nodes were the target - but note that these are only guesses, we don't have hard data on the motivation of this targeting.
* The only motivations that come to mind are either de-anonymization attacks or take-downs of particular hidden services. These do not seem to be relevant for usual ransom DDoS botnet attackers, but more for political reasons.
We have some flow data and would be interested in doing more analysis. Any ideas or correlation with other data on Tor relay attacks welcome :)
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@netzschleuder@social.skewed.de
2024-04-20 02:00:05

sp_infectious: Art exhibit dynamic contacts (2011)
This dataset contains the daily dynamic contact networks collected during the Infectious SocioPatterns event that took place at the Science Gallery in Dublin, Ireland, during the artscience exhibition INFECTIOUS: STAY AWAY. Each file in the downloadable package contains a tab-separated list representing the active contacts during 20-second intervals of one day of data collection. Each line has the form “t i j“, where i and j are the a…

sp_infectious: Art exhibit dynamic contacts (2011). 10972 nodes, 415912 edges. https://networks.skewed.de/net/sp_infectious