It’s way too easy to trick Lensa AI into making NSFW images
Lensa has been climbing the app store hit lists with its avatar-generating AI that is making artists wave the red flag. Now, there’s another reason to fly the flag, as it turns out it’s possible — and way too easy — to use the platform to generate non-consensual soft porn. TechCrunch has seen photo sets […]
It’s way too easy to trick Lensa AI into making NSFW images by Haje Jan Kamps originally published on TechCrunch
Ledger’s latest crypto wallet taps iPod designer in bid to boost accessibility
Ledger, which sells crypto hardware wallets, partnered with the designer behind the iPod, Tony Fadell, to create an easier, more accessible way for users to secure crypto assets.
Ledger’s latest crypto wallet taps iPod designer in bid to boost accessibility by Jacquelyn Melinek originally published on TechCrunch
Cacheflow doubles valuation while raising $10M, proving that the venture market is far from dead
Cacheflow, a startup building tools for the software sales closing process, announced this morning that it closed $10 million in new capital.
Cacheflow doubles valuation while raising $10M, proving that the venture market is far from dead by Alex Wilhelm originally published on TechCrunch
Axiom launches its automated identity and access management platform
Axiom, a Tel Aviv-based startup that focuses on automating identity and access management (IAM) for developer platforms, is coming out of stealth today and announcing a $7 million seed round led by S Capital. The idea here is to provide a single platform that provides developers with easy access to the tools they need and […]
Axiom launches its automated identity and access management platform by Frederic Lardinois originally published on TechCrunch
Kodiak Robotics wins $50M to help US Army build AVs for recon, surveillance
Autonomous trucking technology company Kodiak Robotics won a $49.9 million contract from the the U.S. Department of Defense to help the Army automate future ground vehicles to conduct high-risk missions like reconnaissance and surveillance. The two year contract, which was awarded by the DoD’s Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) on behalf of the Army’s Robotic Combat […]
Kodiak Robotics wins $50M to help US Army build AVs for recon, surveillance by Rebecca Bellan originally published on TechCrunch