News of Note—ONF's OpenFlow has security flaw; 3 key Linux Foundation AI projects; Axsh bows new open source SDN project

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The Linux Foundation is working on three key AI projects. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> ONF's OpenFlow, which is a security protocol used in SDN, has a serious security problem that could be used for denial-of-service attacks.  The Register article.

> Open source and artificial intelligence (AI) are driving innovation across various sectors; here's a look at three key AI projects. Linux Foundation article.

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> Japanese software firm Axsh bows new open source SDN project to enable duplication of network elements. TechRepublic article.