Information Analytics

Digital transformation is still one of the buzz phrases of the IT industry. An umbrella term with so many nuances that it makes it difficult to start a constructive conversation, particularly when it comes to information governance and data protection. Where do you start?

Is harnessing the power of a Data Glossary or Data Catalogue the key to unlocking the true potential of your data endeavours?

Agiloft has announced the release of AI Trainer, a new AI model training capability that will empower non-technical users to fully customize the way they review and analyze contracts.

According to a new global study conducted by S&P Global Market Intelligence and commissioned by WEKA, the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) by enterprises and research organizations seeking to create new value propositions is accelerating, but data infrastructure and AI sustainability challenges present barriers to implementing it successfully at scale. These challenges have been exacerbated by the rapid onset of generative AI that has defined the evolution of the AI market in 2023.

At this point, ChatGPT has firmly established itself into the cultural zeitgeist. People are using it to perform tasks like writing research papers, completing math equations, and crafting code. It is at least a part (if not a frontrunner) of a recent wave of AI generators that can make whatever your heart desires when you input phrases and parameters into the prompt box provided by the app. But all of that may be put on pause as a research paper out of Stanford University and UC Berkeley is claiming that ChatGPT is degrading in accuracy.

OpenText has announced opentext.ai, described as a new strategic approach to advance how its customers can solve complex problems by applying Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Large Language Models (LLM) with their OpenText Information Management software.

Mindbreeze has added the ability to leverage innovations in Generative AI for sensitive enterprise data securely within its Knowledge Management solutions. Advanced Large Language Models (LLM) combined with Mindbreeze InSpire provide natural language processing, text generation, and data security.

New Zealand digitisation and workflow systems provider Desktop Imaging has announced a partnership with US digital intelligence company ABBYY.

It strikes me as paradoxical that businesses feel very secure in using artificial intelligence to let people know, for example, when it is safe to make a lane change at 100 kilometres per hour, yet they are reticent to use the same technology to classify and manage information through its lifecycle. Artificial Intelligence is used almost every minute of every day, in nearly every smart device we own. 

Generative AI tools such as Midjourney, Stable Diffusion and DALL-E 2 have astounded us with their ability to produce remarkable images in a matter of seconds. Despite their achievements, however, there remains a puzzling disparity between what AI image generators can produce and what we can. For instance, these tools often won’t deliver satisfactory results for seemingly simple tasks such as counting objects and producing accurate text.

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