Pandora’s Box or Lockbox? The Top 3 Barriers to Implementing Generative AI

In this contributed article, Shayde Christian, Chief Data & Analytics Officer at Cloudera, discusses issues surrounding the barriers organizations face when it comes to implementing GenAI and how to navigate them.

FinTech Studios® Launches Apollo PRO® and RegLens PRO® Market Intelligence and Regulatory Intelligence Apps Powered with Conversational Generative AI 

FinTech Studios Inc., a leading Gen AI platform for enterprise search, market intelligence and regulatory intelligence, announced Apollo PRO and RegLens PRO, the most advanced generative AI enterprise search, market intelligence and regulatory intelligence apps that includes a “conversational chat” interface and contextually relevant “suggested prompts”, seamlessly integrated with millions of authoritative sources of web and enterprise content.

Improvements in Contextual Intelligence and Generative AI will Help Creative Personalization Reach its Full Potential  

In this contributed article, Chief Operating Officer at Flashtalking and Mediaocean, Ben Kartzman, discusses how advancements in contextual intelligence and GenAI are transforming creative personalization in digital advertising amid diminishing data signals like Mobile Ad IDs and third-party cookies. Ben points out that AI-driven improvements enable more accurate targeting and tailored ad creative, while GenAI facilitates the real-time creation of new ad assets, leading to unprecedented personalization. He argues that these advancements are crucial in the evolving landscape of digital advertising, redefining the traditional approach of delivering relevant messages to audiences.

Is Generative AI Having Its Oppenheimer Moment?

In this contributed article, Manuel Sanchez, Information Security and Compliance Specialist at iManage, discusses how Generative AI – which burst into the mainstream a little over a year ago – seems to be having an Oppenheimer moment of its own.

Rockets: A Good Analogy for AI Language Models

In this contributed article, Varun Singh, President and co-founder of Moveworks, sees rockets as a fitting analogy for AI language models. While the core engines impress, he explains the critical role of Vernier Thrusters in providing stability for the larger engine. Likewise, large language models need the addition of smaller, specialized models to enable oversight and real-world grounding. With the right thrusters in place, enterprises can steer high-powered language models in the right direction.

Unveiling Jamba: AI21’s Groundbreaking Hybrid SSM-Transformer Open-Source Model

AI21, a leader in AI systems for the enterprise, unveiled Jamba, the production-grade Mamba-style model – integrating Mamba Structured State Space model (SSM) technology with elements of traditional Transformer architecture. Jamba marks a significant advancement in large language model (LLM) development, offering unparalleled efficiency, throughput, and performance.

Nature Communications Publishes Zapata AI Research on Generative AI for Optimization

Zapata Computing Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: ZPTA), the Industrial Generative AI company, announced that its foundational research on generator-enhanced optimization (GEO) has been published in the esteemed Nature Communications journal. The research, titled “Enhancing Combinatorial Optimization with Classical and Quantum Generative Models,” introduces Generator-Enhanced Optimization (GEO), a novel optimization method that leverages the power of generative modeling to suggest high-quality candidate solutions to complex optimization problems.

Vero AI Evaluates 10 Leading Generative AI Models Using Its Comprehensive VIOLET Framework to Gauge Responsible AI 

Vero AI, an analytical engine and scoreboard that helps enterprises fully harness the potential of advanced technology including artificial intelligence while minimizing risk, announced the findings of its inaugural “Generating Responsibility: Assessing AI Using AI” report.

How Can Companies Protect their Data from Misuse by LLMs? 

In this contributed article, Jan Chorowski, CTO at AI-firm Pathway, highlights why LLM safety begins at the model build and input stage, rather than the output stage – and what this means in practice; how LLM models can be engineered with safety at the forefront, and the role that a structured LLM Ops model plays; and the role of data chosen to train models, and how businesses can appropriately select the right data to feed into LLMs

Opaque Systems Extends Confidential Computing to Augmented Language Model Implementations 

In this contributed article, editorial consultant Jelani Harper discusses how Opaque Systems recently unveiled Opaque Gateway, a software offering that broadens the utility of confidential computing to include augmented prompt applications of language models. One of the chief use cases of the gateway technology is to protect the data privacy, data sovereignty, and data security of organizations’ data that frequently augments language model prompts with enterprise data sources.