GENERAL AI, SOFTWARE, FUTURE TECH
expert.ai | February 17, 2023
Expert.ai, a provider of AI-powered language solutions, has integrated OpenAI's GPT into its platform, allowing users to access, customize, test, and deploy GPT-based AI solutions. The open architecture of the expert.ai platform lets users choose and combine AI methods like machine learning, deep learning, knowledge-based systems, and now LLMs to create value from the language that runs businesses.
The platform also includes low-code NL Flow orchestration and tools for subject matter experts to guide and improve outcomes. The CEO and CTO of Expert.ai emphasize the importance of a hybrid AI approach that combines various AI techniques to produce the best results for natural language processing (NLP) applications.
The company has delivered solutions to leading enterprises across multiple industries and continues to strengthen its position as a leader in the practical application of AI language capability in the enterprise. By combining the power of different AI methods and including tools for subject matter experts to guide and improve outcomes, Expert.ai is allowing businesses to unlock value from their language-based operations.
Expert.ai is a market leader in AI-powered natural language software. Expert.ai is used by companies in insurance, banking and finance, publishing, media, and defense to convert language into data, analyze and understand complex documents, accelerate intelligent process automation, and improve decision making. Expert.ai's purpose-built natural language platform combines easy-to-use tools with a tried-and-true hybrid AI approach that combines symbolic and machine learning to solve real-world problems and improve business operations at scale. Expert.ai serves global companies such as AXA XL, Zurich Insurance Group, Generali, The Associated Press, Bloomberg INDG, BNP Paribas, Rabobank, Gannett, and EBSCO from offices in Europe and North America.
INNOVATION, SOFTWARE, FUTURE TECH
expert.ai | February 08, 2023
On February 7, 2023, Expert.ai, a company specializing in AI for language understanding, released new features for its Natural Language (NL) platform, aimed at enhancing its purpose-built NLP workflow support. With the new features, Expert.ai's NL platform can find complex entities and their relationships, which helps it understand text better.
The new features include more options for on-premise deployment and taxonomy management, the ability to store core data with Kubernetes (K8s), APIs that can be used with visual documentation, and knowledge graphs (KGs) that can be used to quickly find related ideas and connections.
Chief Product Officer at expert.ai, Luca Scagliarini, said, "Organizations increasingly recognize the value of hybrid natural language as they can get to market faster, supporting a broader range of use cases with improved efficiencies and enhanced accuracy." She further added, "Practical and useful AI is no longer about the future; it provides enterprises with value now." Furthermore, she added, "We continue to expand the platform capabilities to enable our customers and partners to create new processes, solutions, capabilities, and offers that grow their businesses and impact their bottom lines."
(Source - PRNewswire)
The hybrid NL platform, which combines machine learning and symbolic AI, is made to help organizations find the most value out of their unstructured data, create new business models, improve time to market, and optimize processes.
Expert.ai is a leading company in AI-based natural language software that offers a purpose-built platform to analyze and understand complex documents. It combines symbolic and machine learning to turn language into data and enhance business operations across various industries, including insurance, banking and finance, publishing, media, and defense. The company serves global businesses with offices in Europe and North America, and offers a range of on-premise, private, and public cloud offerings to simplify AI adoption.
DDN | November 15, 2021
DDN®, the global leader in artificial intelligence (AI) and multicloud data management solutions, today announced the availability of its next generation of NVMe platforms, the SFA® 400NVX2 and 200NVX2. These Storage Fusion Architecture® systems are the foundation of DDN's accelerated storage portfolio and are available as EXAScaler® solutions – ES400NVX2 and ES200NVX2 – as well as the recently announced AI400X2 appliances for enterprise AI deployments.
DDN developed these platforms to eliminate many of the challenges organizations face when bringing challenging workloads such as AI applications, natural language processing, financial analytics, and manufacturing automation to production. Their current infrastructure is not designed to handle the ever-expanding amount of data these applications require, nor are they optimized to deliver the data fast enough for real-time processing and insight. With these systems as the foundation, DDN can provide enterprise-class storage solutions with ease of use, security and powerful data management to complement its best-in-class performance and scalability.
"DDN is enabling customers to capture the full value of their data while eliminating complexity without compromising scalability. By creating intelligent infrastructure using autonomous operations to greatly reduce administrative overhead and optimize systems for every workload, we can deliver flexible solutions that help customers get the most from their AI, analytics and high-performance computing projects."
Dr. James Coomer, senior VP of products, DDN
The new systems are available in scale-out all-flash configurations for the industry's most efficient performance, supplying over 90GB/s throughput and 3 million IOPS per appliance in a 2U (two rack units) footprint. Each system can also be deployed in a hybrid configuration and supply a hyper-dense capacity of 6.4PB in half a rack using DDN's 90-bay drive enclosures. DDN's EXAScaler 6 Hot Pools feature automates the management of this capacity, simplifying what is often a massive administrative task.
Hot Pools optimize for both performance and low cost by transparently migrating data between flash and disk tiers. This eliminates the need for separate systems and namespaces to manage primary and secondary data. Hot data is delivered directly from flash, and non-cached data straight from disk, all completely transparent to end-users. This allows IT organizations to provide more value by focusing on the delivery of dynamic data services rather than repetitive administrative tasks.
DDN is the world's largest private data storage company and the leading provider of intelligent technology and infrastructure solutions for Enterprise At Scale, AI and analytics, HPC, government, and academia customers. Through its DDN and Tintri divisions, the company delivers AI, Data Management software and hardware solutions, and unified analytics frameworks to solve complex business challenges for data-intensive, global organizations. DDN provides its enterprise customers with the most flexible, efficient and reliable data storage solutions for on-premises and multi-cloud environments at any scale. Over the last two decades, DDN has established itself as the data management provider of choice for over 11,000 enterprises, government, and public-sector customers, including many of the world's leading financial services firms, life science organizations, manufacturing and energy companies, research facilities, and web and cloud service providers.