Information Analytics

Most Australian and New Zealand healthcare organisations struggle to use data analytics to support their business objectives. This is among the findings of The State of Healthcare Analytics & Interoperability Study – Australia & New Zealand.

Data quality is still a struggle for many enterprises, and new types of data and input techniques are adding to the burden. Jonathan Grandperrin, CEO of Mindee, explains the impact of bad data and how enterprises can use deep learning and APIs as part of their “good data” strategy.

Koverse, Inc. has announced availability of Koverse Data Platform (KDP) 4.0, a security-first data platform that introduces attribute-based access controls (ABAC) to enforce Zero Trust for data, allowing users to safely work with complex and sensitive information to power the most demanding analytics, data science, and AI use cases.

Enterprise search vendor Sinequa has announced the addition of optional neural search capabilities to its Search Cloud Platform, using four deep learning language models. These models are pre-trained and ready to use in combination with Sinequa’s advanced Natural Language Processing (NLP) and semantic search for the best relevance and question-answering capability, optimized to run efficiently even at scale.

Recently developed artificial intelligence (AI) models are capable of many impressive feats, including recognising images and producing human-like language. But just because AI can perform human-like behaviours doesn’t mean it can think or understand like humans. As a researcher studying how humans understand and reason about the world, I think it’s important to emphasise the way AI systems “think” and learn is fundamentally different to how humans do – and we have a long way to go before AI can truly think like us.

New market research commissioned by IBM has revealed that global AI adoption grew steadily over the last year, to 35 percent of those surveyed in 2022, further underscoring that AI growth is poised to accelerate as it continues to mature, becoming more accessible and easier to implement.

Komprise has announced Komprise Smart Data Workflows, a systematic process to discover relevant file and object data across cloud, edge and on-premises data centres and feed data in native format to AI and machine learning (ML) tools and data lakes.

As a business intelligence professional for over 20 years, I often ask myself why we create the solutions we do. The answer is, invariably, to aid our clients in making business decisions. Dashboards are a great tool for decision guidance but too often their design makes it hard for everyday users to get the information they need to make decisions and take action.

Ground Labs Enterprise Recon 2.6 release introduces new platform integrations along with improved authentication workflows to ensure compliance while supporting enterprise remediation and interoperability.

Indico Data has unveiled Indico 5, a major release of its AI-powered Unstructured Data Platform. Indico 5 addresses the rapidly growing market demand for software solutions that drive efficiency and accelerate automation and intelligent document processing (IDP) initiatives using unstructured data. 

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