Enterprise Applications

This week has seen a flurry of major announcements in the generative AI space, highlighting the rapid advancements and diverse applications of this transformative technology.

ADAPTOVATE been selected by the NSW Government to take part in its $A5.6 million trial of AI in local planning systems.

In echoes of the Robodebt report, the NSW Ombudsman has criticised the use of automation to recover fines and debts from defaulters’ bank accounts as practised by Revenue NSW until 2022.

Generative artificial intelligence is the No. 1 type of AI solution deployed in organizations, according to a new survey by Gartner, Inc.

Document Capture Technologies (DCT) has announced the SimpleECM Mobile Document Capture Software Development Kit (SDK), allowing developers a simplified tool to incorporate document capture functionality into their iOS, Android, and Kindle apps.

Recently, there has been a flurry of publicity about the planned upgrades to OpenAI’s ChatGPT AI-powered chatbot and Meta’s Llama system, which powers the company’s chatbots across Facebook and Instagram.

The Deloitte AI Institute has unveiled the second quarterly edition of its State of Generative AI in the Enterprise Report, exploring the current landscape of Generative AI adoption globally, and what steps organizations are taking to accelerate and scale for real value creation

Nearly half (44%) of IT leaders surveyed believe their organizations are fully set up to realize the benefits of AI, according to a global research report commissioned by Hewlett Packard Enterprise. However, the report reveals critical gaps in their strategies, such as lack of alignment between processes and metrics, resulting in consequential fragmentation in approach, which will further exacerbate delivery issues.

Altair has acquired Cambridge Semantics, a developer of data fabric technology designed to accelerate the creation of enterprise knowledge graphs and provide a single, simplified view of structured and unstructured enterprise data.

A survey on Generative AI Professional Usage and Perception Survey has found that 37 percent of Professionals claim to save 5 to 10 hours a Week.