Enterprise Applications

Microsoft has removed the enterprise restriction on availability of its AI tool Copilot, which will now be accessible to Microsoft 365 Business Premium and Business Standard Customers.

IDP vendor Codemantra has introduced a new solution known as Calibrai CX-One for addressing pervasive challenges around locked up data and insights within static content, streamlining manual processes, and transforming unstructured digital files.

Data silos remain a significant issue in the Australian public sector, according to a survey of 425 Australian government workers undertaken by Appian. A majority of government workers reporting that data accessibility was a problem in their workplace.

A new $US11M round of funding for Ask-AI, developer of a generative AI answers and insights solution for enterprises, brings the total to $US20M in funding.

ChatGPT was launched on Nov. 30, 2022, ushering in what many have called artificial intelligence’s breakout year. Within days of its release, ChatGPT went viral. Screenshots of conversations snowballed across social media, and the use of ChatGPT skyrocketed to an extent that seems to have surprised even its maker, OpenAI. By January, ChatGPT was seeing 13 million unique visitors each day, setting a record for the fastest-growing user base of a consumer application.

An IDC survey undertaken for Endava, a global provider of digital transformation, agile development and intelligent automation services, has found that an overwhelming majority (88%) said that only 50% or less of their DX projects in the past year met the expected goals or outcomes.

In an increasingly data-driven world, organizations are constantly looking for ways to manage their information more effectively. This is where AI comes in, offering an opportunity to transform data into better decision-making tools. But, as a recent survey of IT leaders underscores, that data must be ready for AI - if it’s not accurate, accessible, and secure, organizations won’t get the desired results.

In a new report, 13 of Australia’s top AI experts find that AI has the potential to augment, simplify and improve the way we live our lives.  However, to reach that point the nation urgently needs to build social license and public understanding, as well as spearhead new AI research and development activity to ensure AI technology is responsibly deployed and regulated. 

Galileo has announced a suite of new tools called Galileo LLM Studio that allows data scientists to fine-tune LLMs with proprietary data, create and manage prompts, identify potential model hallucinations and more.

The Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) maintains there is still a level playing field for competing generative AI platforms within the Australian Government, despite Prime Minister Anthony Albanese announcing a six-month trial of Microsoft 365 Copilot in a meeting with CEO Satya Nadella in San Francisco.

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