For the first time, a Ukrainian schoolboy tells the details of how he almost disrupted Hazmanov's concert in Belgorod
Mark Tabatskyi, who is currently a first-year student at the Kyiv School of Economics majoring in software engineering, said that he almost disrupted a concert by Putinist singer Oleh Hazmanov in Belgorod. The former Ukrainian school student is known for creating an artificial intelligence-based chatbot in two days at the age of 17. The program allows Internet users to transcribe audio into text. Forbes has also purchased this service for its own use.
In an exclusive interview with OBOZ.UA, the young man said that he used his knowledge to disrupt Gazmanov's concert. Although he failed to do so, he said, the Russians still suffered losses, as the administration received the viral emails.
"I found out that singer Oleh Hazmanov was going to perform on the square on Belgorod's city day. So I decided to send emails to the mayor's office, the police, and everywhere else that the square was mined. Unfortunately, the concert was not canceled. But I hope that I caused them some loss. Because every letter had a virus in it, and at least someone opened it," the Ukrainian student says.
Read the interview with Ukrainian Mark Tabatskyi, who created the service used by Forbes at the age of 17, on OBOZ.UA soon.