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There’s been much ado about the pros and cons of artificial intelligence over the last few months since the start of the ChatGPT era. Generative AI has hit the mainstream; new vendor solutions are cropping up daily and professionals from many different industries are giving it a test drive.

Australian firm Katonic.ai is looking to capitalise on the surge in interest in Generative AI, offering a range of different options to integrate the technology with corporate applications. The company has delivered a portal that provides an opportunity to test a large number of open source large language models (LLMs), with more than 50 to choose from at https://playground.katonic.ai/

Ground Labs has announced the general availability of Enterprise Recon 2.9.0. The latest version of this sensitive data discovery solution delivers improved data risk scoring capabilities along with security and functionality enhancements in addition to offering new personal data types and maintenance updates.

Eigen Technologies (Eigen), an intelligent document processing (IDP) developer, has announced the global availability of its new integration with GPT. This option allows users to combine Eigen’s no-code AI-powered platform with the power of GPT.

To support users in the intelligence and national security community, Esri has released ArcGIS AllSource. The new desktop software turns raw data into decision support by combining data from multiple sources. Analysts can leverage built-in link analysis, 2D and 3D maps, timelines, imagery exploitation, graphs, and video to uncover patterns, trends, and relationships in data to inform decision-making.

A recent survey by Gartner, Inc. found that 47% of digital workers struggle to find information or data needed to effectively perform their jobs.

Evisort, a no-code contract intelligence platform for legal, procurement, IT and sales operations teams, has announced its next-generation AI contract processing with advanced OCR ingesting. Evisort's proprietary AI has made a massive leap in capacity - now ingesting and analysing up to 450,000 contracts per day.

Microsoft has announced the launch of a new pay-as-you-go service for its Syntex platform, which is designed to make it easier to access and utilise the powerful artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) capabilities of the platform.

Parashift, a provider of advanced machine learning-based document classification and data extraction software, has announced a technology partnership with BSI, a leading CRM and CX software company. 

Most enterprises are flying blind with unstructured data. They don't know what they have, who is using it, why it's growing so fast, or how to be more efficient in managing it.

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