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BI Security

Output Monitoring to Overcome LLM Vulnerabilities

July 19, 2024

Via: DATAVERSITY

The vulnerabilities in large language models (LLMs), such as their ability to create hallucinations, their inherent biases, and their susceptibility to corruption, have led to hesitation among businesses in deploying AI applications for business advantage. This concern is compounded further […]


BI Categories, Data Mining

Why Effective Data Management is Key to Meeting Rising GenAI Demands

June 24, 2024

Via: DATAVERSITY

OpenAI’s ChatGPT release less than two years ago launched generative AI (GenAI) into the mainstream, with both enterprises and consumers discovering new ways to use it every day. For organizations, it’s unlocking opportunities to deliver more exceptional experiences to customers, […]


BI Categories, Data Mining

Navigating Data Readiness for Generative AI

June 5, 2024

Via: DATAVERSITY

Just about everyone in tech agrees that generative AI is poised to hit the business world like a tidal wave. There’s less agreement about when the transformation will occur, and how generative AI will be harnessed to boost profitability. A survey of chief […]


BI Categories, Data Mining

The Impact of Generative AI on Data Science

May 1, 2024

Via: DATAVERSITY

As businesses adopt generative AI, a technology that creates new content and finds patterns, what will Data Science, the processes and activity geared to getting insights from big data, look like? How will this kind of analytical work change? Will […]


Software & Systems

2024 Predictions in AI and Natural Language Processing (NLP)

January 26, 2024

Via: DATAVERSITY

While we were right at the dawn of generative AI this time last year, we didn’t predict quite the profound impact and seismic shift it would create around the world with the introduction of ChatGPT. In our set of 2023 […]


BI Users, Business Users

Balancing Act: The Value of Human Expertise in the Age of Generative AI

January 9, 2024

Via: DATAVERSITY

Humans are considered the weakest link in the enterprise when it comes to security. Rightfully so, as upwards of 95% of cybersecurity incidents are caused by human error. Humans are fickle, fallible, and unpredictable, making them easy targets for cybercriminals […]


BI Categories, Data Mining

Life Sciences Need Scalable, Adaptable, and Flexible Data Management Systems

January 4, 2024

Via: DATAVERSITY

The life sciences industry has witnessed a surge in Data Management solution investments over the past few years. Despite these expenditures, however, these solutions all too often fail to keep pace with the latest technological advancements, leaving organizations struggling to […]


BI Security

What is AI’s current impact on cybersecurity?

October 25, 2023

Via: CIO

In our inaugural episode, Michael “Siko” Sikorski, CTO and VP of Engineering and Threat Intelligence at Unit 42 answers that question and speaks to the profound influence of artificial intelligence in an interview with David Moulton, Director of thought leadership […]