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While everyone else was shopping and decorating for the holidays, VentureBeat readers weren’t checking out this week for Christmas cheer. Instead, they reported on two key fronts – as reflected in our top 5 stories of the week – artificial intelligence and security.

Sharon Goldman’s coverage of ChatGPT and generative AI takes the two top spots on the most read stories list. Goldman talks with Forrester Research’s Rowan Curran about how and why ChatGPT has an iPhone moment. Like the iPhone did to the smartphone, ChatGPT is changing the public perception of AI—especially generative AI. News on everything from generative artificial intelligence to artificial intelligence legislation. See how Goldman learned to stop worrying and love AI.

IT leaders can’t sleep on security, even during the holidays, as Tim Keary and Louis Columbus’ traffic situation makes clear with their predictive story generation. Keary delves into Google and Microsoft’s cybersecurity forecasts, and Columbus examines security spending forecasts to 2023 and why zero trust and cloud security top the list.


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Here are the top 5 stories for the week of December 19th th.

1. Why ChatGPT has an iPhone moment (with a unique twist)

Is it possible to generate How does this moment in AI evolution compare to any other technological development? According to Forrester Research AI/ML analyst Rowan Curran, it is.

“The only thing I can compare it to is the launch of the iPhone,” he told VentureBeat. Apple’s iPhone wasn’t the first smartphone, but it buried the competition with its touchscreen, ease of use, and introduction of apps that put the entire computing experience in our pockets. Curran explained that the release of the first-generation iPhone in January 2007 and the subsequent launch of the App Store in July 2008 ushered in a historic period of technological change—when the masses learned that there was a whole world of ideas and apps they could work together.

2. From DALL-E 2 to ChatGPT, covering the wild year of AI | The AI ​​Beat

This is my first week at VentureBeat, mid-April. OpenAI just released a new version of its text-to-image generator, DALL-E 2; before I pick him, our lead AI writer, Kyle Wiggers, has moved to


brain, I’m panicking. I realized later that I knew very little about the advances in artificial intelligence over the past decade, from machine learning (ML) and computer vision to natural language processing (NLP). Of course, every beat I’ve ever listened to has a learning curve. But AI beats feel like Mount Everest.
3. Google outlines 6 cybersecurity predictions for 2023

We all know that cybercrime is a growth industry. Just last year, the FBI estimated that Internet crime cost $6.9 billion. In even worse news, Google’s cybersecurity predictions to 2023 predict that this malicious economy will only continue to expand and diversify.

4. Microsoft Security Leaders Make 9 Key Cybersecurity Predictions for 2023

Threats at times The situation looks bleak, but it also drives better collaboration between suppliers and organizations. At least that’s what Microsoft’s security leaders suggest in its 2023 cybersecurity predictions. VentureBeat recently connected with some of Microsoft’s top security leaders and researchers, who shared their predictions for 2023.

5. 2023 Cybersecurity Predictions: Zero Trust, Cloud Security to Top Spending

Current Forecasts for cybersecurity spending in 2023 are reinforcing some key trends for 2022. Gartner predicts Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) will be the fastest growing network security market segment worldwide. It is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 27.5% between 2021 and 2026, jumping from $633 million to $2.1 billion globally.

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